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Oct 18, 2016

Why is Now the Best Time to Buy Property in China?

Flourishing Property and Real Estate in China The stock markets in China have increased by one percent this past week according to the Wall Street Journal. This is most likely due to the fact that


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Sep 27, 2016

Employment agreements vs service agreements: what you need to know

Differences between Employment Agreements and Service Agreements -Background It is difficult for most people to distinguish the difference between employment agreements and service agreements. Thus


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Aug 30, 2016

Are Part-Time Employees Entitled to Labor Benefits in Relation to Their Seniority?

Working period, also called seniority, represents an employed person’s length of time whose income or most of his/her income come from his/her job salary. Seniority, in some way it is percei


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Aug 23, 2016

Uber’s Merger: A Warning or Learning Opportunity

For the past two years, Uber had been engaged in a costly war against Didi Chuxing, a local competitor, for market share in China. After more than $2 billion in cash losses Uber threw in the towel


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Aug 16, 2016

Sale of Goods Contract Formation with Chinese Counterparties

A well-designed and enforceable contract dramatically increases the likelihood of a successful commercial exchange in China. Doing business in China entails significant risks for those unfamiliar w


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Jul 26, 2016

Chinese Investors and European Companies: A Difficult Relationship

Over the last decades, China has developed from a weakened emerging market to a strong world economy. The meteoric rise of many industries helped China in becoming an economic world power, leaving


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Jul 13, 2016

China’s Consumer Goods Sector is getting promoted- for good?

The Chinese government is always making intense efforts to develop the economy and it seems, as 2016 is the year of consumer goods. Since the heavy industry and steel industry are facing serious cu


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Jun 28, 2016

Q&A to Understand China’s VAT System and Reform

        1. What is the Value-Added Tax (VAT)? If you are European or Japanese citizen, you will most likely be used to the so-called value-added tax (VAT). It’s a po


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Jun 23, 2016

Case Study- Labor Law

Is it illegal to fire an employee if he/she operates an online shop during working hours? Background Miss Zheng is an employee of an e-shop company and she signed an employment agreement on April 2


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Jun 02, 2016

China Invests in Tourism

China Invests in Tourism By now most everyone has seen the headlines “Chinese Economy in Trouble”, “Chinese Economy Unravels”, etc. but this is misleading. The economy has slowed from soari


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