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Myles Seto is a Partner with Deacons' China practice group and the chief representative of Deacons' Shanghai Representative Office. He has more than 10 years experience in China trade and investment matters. Peggy Chow is an associate in the Deacons' China Practice Group. She specialises in matters relating to foreign direct investment in China. China's Anti-monopoly Law ("AML") became effective on 1 August 2008. This new piece of legislation has attracted attention worldwide because of its potential impact on foreign investments in China. This article will outline the key activities ...
The True Jesus Church was the first Chinese Christian group since the mid-nineteenth century Taipings to generate a creative and self-defined set of doctrines, and it was also the largest of the indigenous churches by the 1930s . This group practices faith healing , speaking in tongues , baptism by immersion, feet washing and the Saturday Sabbath . By 1949 they claimed 120,000 members, meeting in 700 churches. Although banned in 1958 , they were allowed to reopen in 1985 and since then, they have experienced rapid growth and have spread nationwide, although they are strongest in Jiangsu , Hunan and Fujian provinces. They ...
CHINA LAW OFFICE The Chinese Commercial Dispute Resolution Lawyers ...
China Law Office is a foreign law firm registered in Hong Kong for more than 10 years. Its Chinese law practice, however, dates back to 1987 when we lawyers practice the Chinese law with the China Legal Service (HK) Ltd. China Law Office solely specializes in practicing the law of the People’s Republic of China(the “PRC”), and is registered annually both with the PRC Ministry of Justice in Beijing and with The Law Society of Hong Kong in Hong Kong. China Law Office currently has 5 partners, all of whom are China-born/educated Hong Kong Permanent Identity card holders, around 10 lawyers and paralegals (For ... market research, surveys and trends
how do the people's republic of china and hong kong relate to each ...
Since 1997, Hong Kong is part of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). But the former British crown colony has a very different and nearly autonomous jurisdiction from its motherland. How do the PRC and Hong Kong relate to each other in regard to the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights (IPR)? United but different On 19 December 1984 the governments of the PRC and the United Kingdom signed the Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong[1]. The PRC and the United Kingdom declared together that under the principle of "One Country, Two Systems", Hong Kong would keep its ... market research, surveys and trends


Norton Rose | Asia Legal Blog
Winston Churchill once said, “The longer you can look back, the farther you can look forward.” According to a recent issue of The Economist , the new economic order is in fact a resurgence of a very old one.  For 18 of the last 20 centuries Asia has accounted for over half of the world’s economic output.  Whether or not you’re interested in Asia’s capital spending, consumption, or PPP (GDP measured at purchase-power parity), the importance of the Asian financial and legal markets in 2009 and beyond is undeniable.  The “Rise of Asia” is not a myth, and we have seen Asia rebound from the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
SME Handbook
The first step to setting-up your business in China is choosing the appropriate type of Foreign-Invested Enterprise (FIE) structure. Foreign investors must choose from three types of FIE formations. The following section provides: a brief description of the advantages and disadvantages of each formation; links to more detailed overviews; and the required legal steps required to set up business once you are on the ground in China. Formation time: up to three month Advantages: Least expensive and quickest business formation option No minimum capital requirements Enables marketing your business and building a list of local contacts industry trends, business articles and survey research


10th China Rendezvous 2009
Wayne Li, Legal Executive, Deacons Shanghai Representative. Office. 6.00 pm. Welcome Dinner to be hosted by China Re Group. 8.00 pm End of Day One ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
US Commercial Service Offices in China
Deacons Guangzhou Office. Tel: (86-20) 8778-5678, 8778-7378 ..... E-mail: Emery Worldwide Shanghai Rep. Office ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Monash Memo printable version - 25 May 2005
In an address on 29 April, the Minister for Workplace Relations, Mr Kevin Andrews, announced specific requirements for universities to qualify for the 5 per cent increase in the Commonwealth Grant Scheme for 2006 and 7.5 per cent in 2007. These included a requirement to offer Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs) to all employees, whether full-time or casual, employed after 29 April and to all other staff by 31 August 2006. Those universities operating under technically expired Enterprise Bargaining Agreements (EBAs) are required to have new certified agreements complying with a range of conditions signed by 30 September 2005. ...
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