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How To Shut Down Your China Operations

Posted in China Business, Legal News

Our China lawyers have been seeing a massive increase in inquiries from American companies looking to close down their operations in China. On top of that, I shared an early morning taxi today from my airport hotel to O’Hare with a guy who was heading to China to aid in shutting down his company’s China… Continue Reading

How Foreign Companies Will Be Impacted By China’s “Rebalancing”

Posted in China Business, Legal News

Received the following email this morning from a China businessperson I have known and greatly respected for many years. This is a good article on what is coming down the road for manufacturing and large service WFOEs in China. The basic goal of the CCP is to drive all private enterprise away, to be replaced… Continue Reading

Live Blogging From Doing Business In China Seminar (III)

Posted in China Business

The seminar moderator, Franklin L. Dennis and R. Craig Holman, in-house legal counsel at Boeing, spoke on “Social Norms in Doing Business in Asia:  China; Japan; Vietnam; Malaysia; Thailand and Korea.” I am generally not a big fan of these sorts of talks, particularly when given by attorneys. On top of that, I am inherently… Continue Reading