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Watch: The impact of China's new Foreign Investment Law on foreign investment in the TMT sector

A quiet revolution has been taking place in China, with the Foreign Investment Law (FIL) due to take effect on 1 January 2020.

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Trade controls and foreign investment reviews involving China continue to expand

Against the backdrop of China’s growing economic, political and military influence worldwide, the United States is reassessing its economic relationship with China, particularly with...

News

Watch: IP Opportunities and Risks for Brand Owners Exploring Opportunities in the eSports Space

eSports is competitive video gaming at a professional level and revenues are expected to grow to US$1.4 billion by 2020.

News

China implements new foreign exchange rules in the Free Trade Zones

Between July and August 2019, China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange ("SAFE") made one step forward towards China's comprehensive foreign exchange reform. The local branches of...

Analysis

Investing in China’s TMT Sector: What you Need to Know
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China is a market that represents a paradox for many telecoms, media and technology ("TMT") companies. On the one hand it offers the promise of almost unlimited growth potential...

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Non-Hong Kong Companies new disclosure obligations from 1 August 2019

A new regulation came into effect on 1 August 2019 to align certain disclosure obligations of non-Hong Kong companies to those of local companies. These obligations mainly surround the...

Insights

Invalidation of Chinese Patent Based on a Finding of Lack of Domestic Priority
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Recently, the Chinese Patent Reexamination Board (PRB) published a written decision where patentee Chen He’s Electric Unicycle patent (CN102275621B) was invalidated based, partly, on...

Insights

China's OEM Jurisprudence 1.5 Years After the Pretul Case: OEM Use may Still Infringe
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A year and a half after China’s highest court, the Supreme People’s Court (SPC), handed down its landmark judgment in the Pretul[1] case, the controversy surrounding the legal...

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