Court of Appeal raps lawyer for ‘hopelessly unmeritorious’ application

The Court of Appeal has rapped a lawyer over an application in which he claimed his client had suffered an injustice because of the three-and-a-half year gap between his arrest and trial. The application, filed by counsel Eugene Thuraisingam on behalf of his client Bangladeshi national Miya Manik, was “clearly and hopelessly unmeritorious”, said the… Continue reading Court of Appeal raps lawyer for ‘hopelessly unmeritorious’ application

How to service legal notice in mainland China?

Process serving is essential in nearly every single legal action, including civil litigation. This is also true when it comes to the serving of extraterritorial court papers in civil and commercial cases within the mainland Chinese territory of the PRC.

Growing Indications That China May Implement a Nationwide Property Tax

According to experts, the levies may provide money for local governments to use to invest in public infrastructure and public services. China is expected to expand the application of its much-discussed property tax to additional cities before the end of the year, which experts believe would help narrow the wealth gap as the central government… Continue reading Growing Indications That China May Implement a Nationwide Property Tax

The stock of SOHO China has fallen as a result of the failure of a takeover transaction

After private equity firm Blackstone decided to abandon a planned $3 billion acquisition of the real estate developer SOHO China, the stock of the Hong Kong-listed business plunged significantly on Monday. Market experts have recommended that the public should adopt a logical approach toward such transactions, and Chinese businesses may find inspiration in this when… Continue reading The stock of SOHO China has fallen as a result of the failure of a takeover transaction

China has issued a new framework for international aid

The guidelines, which were issued jointly by the China International Development Cooperation Agency (CIDCA), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), and the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) and will take effect on October 1, 2021, clarify the framework for China’s foreign aid programme and the division of responsibilities between the various government departments. According to the… Continue reading China has issued a new framework for international aid

This is how you can do business in China through Cayman Islands

One of the first things that entrepreneurs considering doing business in China should consider is whether a company from the contemplated jurisdiction of incorporation would be eligible for listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, as the Hong Kong stock market may be the most appropriate initial public offering stock market for a China-related business.… Continue reading This is how you can do business in China through Cayman Islands

Complete guide to starting a subsidiary in China

Due to China’s increasing importance in the global economy, companies should examine the possibility of establishing operations inside its boundaries. Foreign investors, particularly financial investors and entrepreneurs, should consider establishing a subsidiary in China in order to effectively conduct business in China or with Chinese companies, according to the World Bank. This page offers basic… Continue reading Complete guide to starting a subsidiary in China