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King & Wood Mallesons advises CITIC Securities on the unconditional approval of its acquisition of Guangzhou Securities

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Grabbing Back Your Distribution Channel in China

China’s evolution into the world’s biggest marketplace has led to many international brands re-thinking buyback their China distribution channel.

Penalties in the banking sector point towards a...

CBRC local offices may issue more penalty decisions in the near future.

Several“Must-knows" after the Cyber Security Law Took...

Such a short period saw numerous changes in legislation and law enforcement.

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King & Wood Mallesons Advised on Aosaikang’s...

On 11 March 2019, Beijing New Oriental Star Petrochemical Engineering Co., Ltd. (the "New Oriental Star", stock code: SZ002755) officially changed its stock abbreviation to "Aosaikang ", declaring...

KWM assists Chinese investor in completing the...

At the end of February 2019, Pakistan’s Private Power Infrastructure Board (“PPIB”) officially confirmed the financial close of Pakistan Matiari-Lahore HVDC Transmission Project (the “Project”)...

King & Wood Mallesons won 11 Awards including the ...

On 12 March 2019, China Business Law Journal (CBLJ) published the law firm whose performance stood out in the past year (2018). King & Wood Mallesons ranked as one of the Best Overall Law Firms (PRC...

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Opening the Door to China: Highlights from the China...

In our work with international companies supplying goods to the UK, we see a number of common issues arising regularly.

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Trademark Use or Not? Trademark Infringement or Not?

By:Jiao Hongbin , Liu Yuxin Under normal circumstances, OEM refers to the situation where a Chinese manufacturer enters into an entrustment contract with an overseas company that owns the trademark...

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A Guide to Doing Business in China

Opportunities, concerns and issues facing foreign companies investing, operating and sourcing in from China.

Crossing Borders: Enforcement of arbitration awards

The sixth edition of Crossing Borders, our review of developments in international arbitration, focuses on the enforcement of arbitration awards.

Enforcing your judgment in China

China’s significance in today’s global economy calls for businesses to understand the realities of enforcing a judgment against Chinese-held assets.

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