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HERBERT SMITH FREEHILLS’ GUIDE TO CORPORATE INVESTIGATIONS IN CHINA

Kyle Wombolt, global head of corporate crime and investigations, and Anita Phillips, a professional support consultant, have published a guide to corporate investigations in China. This forms part of GIR’s acclaimed 2018 text, The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations, available … Continue reading

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LOCAL REGULATORS WASTE NO TIME DEPLOYING CHINA’S ANTI-UNFAIR COMPETITION LAW

China’s amended Anti-Unfair Corruption Law (AUCL) has been in force only a matter of weeks, yet the body charged with investigating potential AUCL violations, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC), has already announced two investigations. China’s Nanjing and … Continue reading

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CHINA’S AMENDED ANTI-UNFAIR COMPETITION LAW – WHAT THE BRIBERY PROVISIONS MEAN FOR COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS IN CHINA

China’s amended Anti-Unfair Competition Law (amended AUCL) comes into force on 1 January 2018. Much has been written about the various iterative drafts released over the 18-month consultation period. But the final amended AUCL omits some of the more radical … Continue reading

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