The “Two Sessions” is the annual meeting of the two major political bodies of China, the National People’s Congress (NPC) […]
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The United Kingdom awaits the selection of its new Prime Minister .Trade between the UK and China remains strong, however its trade deficit continues to soar–a factor the new UK Prime Minister will need to address in UK-China relations.
The Chinese legislature finally passed the long-awaited revision of the country’s main antitrust statute, the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML). Just a working day after, the Chinese antitrust authority launched a public consultation process to revise six AML implementing rules. The “package” of the revised AML and the draft AML implementing regulations catapult Chinese antitrust law onto the next level – “China antitrust 2.0” if you want. The package will have a profound impact on companies doing business in China.
China’s cybersecurity and IT landscape is governed by three major laws and regulations being the: Cybersecurity Law (“CSL”); Data Security Law (“DSL”); and Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”). Over the past month, the various regulatory bodies in China have circulated further measures and guidelines in regards to the cross-border transfer of data, handling of data, and the definition of “important data”.
China is the largest EV market in the world - find out what the key issues and opportunities are and what the UK can learn from the Chinese EV industry.