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China Business Law Journal - December 2013/January 2014

Volume 5, Issue 1

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In this issue

Getting it right with international portfolio diversification

By Nick Tsilimidos, L Papaphilippou & Co

Foreign enterprises should study China’s utility model patent regime

By Cheng Bing and Wu Li, AnJie Law Firm
Backdating documents

Consideration

Deals of the year 2013

Stars that shone in 2013

Key changes in the urban infrastructure sector

By Wang Jihong and Liu Ying, Grandway Law Offices

Development and legal structure of the asset securitisation market

By Lawrence Lu, SG&CO PRC Lawyers

Redefining English words in Chinese to support trademark proceedings

By Steven Andrews and Nancy Qu, Chang Tsi & Partners
高培培 Gao Peipei is a partner and patent attorney at China Sinda in Beijing

Coming to terms with China’s utility model patent regime

By Gao Peipei, China Sinda

Visa and work permit regulations for investors in Switzerland

By Urs Haegi and Wu Fan, VISCHER

Array of policies to encourage equity investment enterprises

By David Yu and Kevin Huang, Llinks Law Offices

Gauging impact of India’s new land acquisition law on Chinese companies

By Santosh Pai and Vikas Kumar, D H Law Associates

Roads less travelled

Better directions for African investment

Evidence of intensified intellectual property protection in trial practice

By Wang Yadong and Lu Lei, Run Ming Law Office
Sun Yunzhu is a partner and Zhong Ming is an associate at Concord & Partners

A look at fund use by foreign-invested investment companies

By Sun Yunzhu and Zhong Ming, Concord & Partners
Vincent Mu is a senior associate at Martin Hu & Partners

Focus on types and features of long-term supply contract disputes

By Vincent Mu, Martin Hu & Partners
Michael Sheng and David Parker are partners at Ashurst in Shanghai and Perth

Bill would turn tables on construction disputes

By Michael Sheng and David Parker, Ashurst

China Business Law Journal – December 2013/January 2014

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