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During the last decade, the Chinese government has rolled out an extensive cybersecurity system. This new system is not what a foreign investor would expect. This new system is cybersecurity with Chinese characteristics. The system is not intended to protect businesses and individuals. Its goal is the opposite; it is

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During the last decade, the Chinese government has rolled out an extensive cybersecurity system. This new system is not what a foreign investor would expect. This new system is cybersecurity with Chinese characteristics. The system is not intended to protect businesses and individuals. Its goal is the opposite; it is

Watch the webinar HERE!

During the last decade, the Chinese government has rolled out an extensive cybersecurity system. This new system is not what a foreign investor would expect. This new system is cybersecurity with Chinese characteristics. The system is not intended to protect businesses and individuals. Its goal is the opposite; it is

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Whether to stay in China or exit China is a big question for many companies. This decision is driven by many considerations that vary depending on each company’s specific situation. There are though common questions companies should be posing in formulating their China plans: what legal, business, political, and moral issues should

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A company’s decision on whether to remain or leave China is driven by many considerations. This decision should be a business decision, tempered by legal considerations, of which there are many. Join international business attorney Dan Harris and Pacific Enterprise Capital International’s founder and managing director Michael Sacharski as they examine this

The End of Hong Kong

Whatever the Chinese Communist Party waxworks expected after the Hong Kong handover, the massive July 1, 2003 protest against proposed “national security” legislation was surely a warning about the limits of Hongkongers’ tolerance of authoritarian rule. The proposed legislation was the Hong Kong government’s response to Article 23 of its Basic Law, which requires the