Tag Archives: China

Compliance Prevents Corporate Casualties in Trade Wars

Tariffs are not the only weapon of retaliation countries may wield in a trade war.  Governments can pressure trade adversaries at the bargaining table by opening other fronts, such as limiting foreign investment, halting drug enforcement cooperation, or, of particular concern to the corporate world, scrutinizing companies doing business within their jurisdictions.  What does this mean?… Continue Reading

Monthly China Anticorruption Update Report– July 2012

The most recent FCPA and anticorruption enforcement developments involving the People’s Republic of China (PRC) are summarized below. Thanks as always to Squire Sanders Shanghai Office for monitoring these enforcement actions. New Law or Regulations State level: (1) Regulations on the Management of Governmental Affairs On July 9, the Chinese Sate Council promulgated the new … Continue Reading

Monthly China Anticorruption Update Report– June 2012

The most recent FCPA and anticorruption enforcement developments involving the People’s Republic of China (PRC) are summarized below. Thanks as always to Squire Sanders Shanghai Office for monitoring these enforcement actions China Enforcement Actions (1) On June 5, Wu Xiaoli (“Wu”), former general manager of the Shanghai Gongxin Project Construction Supervision Center Ltd, a state-owned … Continue Reading

Monthly China Anticorruption Update Report– May 2012

The most recent FCPA and anticorruption enforcement developments involving the People’s Republic of China (PRC) are summarized below. Thanks as always to Squire Sanders Shanghai office for monitoring these enforcement actions. China Enforcement Actions (1) On April 26, 2012, Jiao Baohua (“Jiao”), municipal party secretary of Yining City, Yili Kazak Autonomous County, Urumqi Municipality was … Continue Reading

Monthly China Anticorruption Update Report– April 2012

The most recent FCPA and anticorruption enforcement developments involving the People’s Republic of China (PRC) are summarized below.  Thanks as always to Squire Sanders Shanghai office for monitoring and reporting on these enforcement actions. China Enforcement Actions (1) On March 31, 2012, Li Ping, former Party chief of Futian District committee, wassentenced to six-and-a-half years … Continue Reading

Monthly China Anti-Bribery Update Report– March 2012

As part of our continued efforts to monitor the antibribery enforcement environment in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), our colleagues in Squire Sanders’ Shanghai office have graciously agreed to provide monthly updates of relevant developments in the PRC’s antibribery laws, regulations and government enforcement actions. The most recent developments are summarized below. Enforcement Actions … Continue Reading

Monthly China Anti-Bribery Update Report– February 2012

The following monthly update on developments in the People’s Republic of China’s (“PRC”) antibribery laws, regulations and government enforcement actions is brought to you with the assistance of our colleagues in Squire Sanders’ Shanghai Office. Enforcement Actions (1)  On February 8, 2012, Chen Meng (“Chen”), former chief deputy official of Putuo District, Shanghai, went on … Continue Reading

Monthly China Anti-Bribery Update Report– December 2011 – January 31, 2012

As part of our continued efforts to monitor the antibribery enforcement environment in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), our colleagues in Squire Sanders’ Shanghai office have graciously agreed to provide monthly updates of relevant developments in the PRC’s antibribery laws, regulations and government enforcement actions. The most recent developments are summarized below. Enforcement Actions … Continue Reading
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