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Budget changes the taxation of cross-border transactions

By Peter Dachs, Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs

Public-sector construction tenders open to bidders from abroad

By Nikita Lalla and Jonty Sacks, Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs

Glencore uses Jersey company as listing vehicle

By Nathan Powell, Ogier

Double Coin gets protection in India

By Manisha Singh Nair, Lex Orbis

Mining and the environment

By Michael Sheng and Jeff Lynn, Blake Dawson

Limitation periods when goods are released without a bill of lading

By Henry Lee and Jessy Wang, Dacheng Law Offices

The fair use of registered trademarks

By Robin Zhou and Angela Kim, Chang Tsi & Partners

Some tips for registering English language trademarks

By Li Min and Liu Hezhen, Run Ming Law Office

Capital contributions to FIEs in the form of equity

By Kevin Xu and Yvonne Lu, Martin Hu & Partners

Insurance funds to invest in land reserve projects (part 2)

By Wang Jihong and Gao Lei, V&T Law Firm

The gathering of evidence in arbitration

By Charles Pan and Will Lu, Yao Liang Law Offices

Dancing breezily along: dreams of China’s capital markets lawyers

ChiNext and the Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Board have given many law firms their first experience of the securities market. But could stiff competition and high professional standards put an end to their dreams of dancing breezily through this market? By Raymond Yang

Latin America, country by country

There are plenty of reasons for law firms to expand their Latin America-China practices, and many have done so.

Brazil offers both opportunity and complexity

By Francisco Soler Caballero, Garrigues

Tango in the dark

Despite political tension and cultural misunderstanding, Chinese investment in Latin America is moving beyond natural resources and up the value chain By Alfred Romann

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Protecting ‘new forms’ of labourers in Guangdong, Shaw Zhao, Mia Wang

Protecting the rights of ‘new form’ labourers in Guangdong

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By Wang Zhenxiang, Jingtian & Gongcheng
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Shifting tide of audit compliance for US listings, Willow Wei

Shifting tide of audit compliance for US listings

By Willow Wei, Dentons China
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How to plan mass staffing adjustments

By Shao Bo, Labours
New directions in handling of securities misrepresentations, He Chunyan, Deng Xiaoming

New directions in handling of securities misrepresentations

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