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The MO for M&A in Norway

By Tormod Ludvik Nilsen; Arne Didrik Kjørnæs and Geir Sviggum, Wikborg Rein

New Australian price disclosure prohibitions take effect in June

By Michael Sheng and Alice Muhlebach, Ashurst

Foreign investors eyeing production enterprises need to tread carefully

By Dorothy Xing and Tina Tang, Concord & Partners

Changes to copyright protection of music still slightly off-key

By Wang Yadong and Zhang Jing, Run Ming Law Office

Legality of VAM still in some doubt

By Vincent Mu and Blake Yang, Martin Hu & Partners

Revisions target liability of foreign enterprises that harm environment

By Wang Jihong and Shi Jie, V&T Law Firm

Lawyers’ role crucial in preparing syndicated loans for big projects

By Li Yunhai and Tian Lei, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Tax targets

Tax authorities will be taking more stringent measures to intensify inspection efforts

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Analysis of regulatory policy for approval of digital therapeutics

By Jane Zhang and Dai Jingyu, Jingtian & Gongcheng
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By Yuan Yueyun, Grandway Law Offices
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By Matthew Ching and Zhang Dong, Jingtian & Gongcheng

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When worlds collide

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Vertical restraint: the 'grey rhino' in anti-monopoly compliance

Vertical restraint: the ‘grey rhino’ in anti-monopoly compliance

By Angus Xie and Guo Xiao, Han Kun Law Offices
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What can a lessor do when the lessee is in bankruptcy?

By Chen Zhuo and Wang Hao, Tian Yuan Law Firm
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Agents ad litem

By Andrew Godwin

The term “agent ad litem” refers to an agent who represents the interests of a party in litigation or legal proceedings.

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