The New Foreign Investment Law – What Changes and How Will It Impact Companies
Changes to China's foreign investment law are eagerly awaited by the foreign business community and politicians around the globe. The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) started reviewing a new draft of the law in late January and it is expected that a finalized version will be ready in March. To cover these changes and to provide a first analysis of the amendments, we have invited Ralph Koppitz, Chief Representative and Partner at Taylor Wessing law firm. He will cover the following:
- Effects of the expected Foreign Investment Law, after the current JV-Laws and WFOE-Laws will have been abolished
- What foreign investors and local subsidiaries should know in preparation of the new law
- Latest market access relaxations / negative list
- Increasing controls, including on cyber security and national security aspects
- Effects of the new tax laws on your expatriates
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