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China Business Law Journal - September 2012

Volume 3, Issue 8

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In this issue

Parrying the risks of trademark infringements from OEM business

By Wang Yadong and Hu Cuiqin, Run Ming Law Office

Norway’s merger regulations can require a degree of concentration

By Geir Sviggum and Arne Didrik Kjørnæs, Wikborg Rein

Why are foreign investors pulling out of coalbed methane development?

By Xu Bin and Xing Liren, Concord & Partners
New regulations for QFIIs foreshadow trend of increased foreign investment

New regulations for QFIIs foreshadow trend of increased foreign investment

By Kevin Xu and Samuel Gao, Martin Hu & Partners
Subway plus property model highlights land use obstacles

‘Subway plus property’ model highlights land use obstacles

By Wang Jihong and Xie Yi, V&T Law Firm
Can native title reforms deliver on Australian government’s vision?

Can native title reforms deliver on Australian government’s vision?

By Michael Sheng and Jean Bursle, Ashurst

Major miners

New trends in mining and energy

Steady as she goes through tough challenges of overseas acquisitions

Steady as she goes through tough challenges of overseas acquisitions

By Marvin Min and Xue Qingjian, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Ladies in justice

Gender agendas in the legal profession

RK&O states its case

Resolution revolution

Don't settle for less

China Business Law Journal – September 2012

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