December 10, 2013

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Law Management and Retention of Chinese Staff: Doing Business in China

The Fundamental Concepts for Foreign Direct Investment Enterprises Doing Business in China Presented to the American Bar Association By Amit Ben-Yehoshua, Senior Counsel, Dacheng Law Offices Doing Business in China Offers Opportunities to Foreign Investors The management of your employees thousands of miles away from your headquarters is a substantial challenge that must be managed […]

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December 9, 2013

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GSK Bribery Case Alerts Foreign Companies of Anti-Corruption Laws

The UK pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has been put on the stand, alleged for taking bribes, and other forms of misconduct, in the field of medical devices and pharmaceuticals. Senior executives are accused of both taking and offering bribes in order to promote sales and raise retail prices for its products. Among many things, executives […]

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December 6, 2013

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Doing Business in Israel: A Guide for Chinese and International Investors

The Wonders of Israel Since the days of Xia Dynasty, Israel has been one of the centers of global attention. Israel is one of the leading centers of technology, a focal point where the largest multinationals giants decided to place their research and development centers. Israel offers sophisticated legal and commercial incentives for  foreign enterprises. […]

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December 6, 2013

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Da Cheng Recruits its 500th Employee

Congratulations to the Shanghai branch of Da Cheng Law Offices for the recruiting of its 500th employee. Da Cheng Law Offices is as the largest law firm in Asia, with more than 3000 lawyers and staff members. Da Cheng has over 40 branches across China, as well as branches in Hong Kong, Singapore, the United […]

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December 4, 2013

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The Secret is Out: Chinese are Investing in Israel in Billions

China, one of the world’s largest countries and the second biggest economy in the world has hit its spotlight on Israel. By investing billions of dollars in Israel in the last three years, China has shown the world that it has targeted Israel and has plans for future investments as well. China and Israel have […]

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December 4, 2013

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Press Release: Da Cheng Hosts The International Forum for Tax Law of Real Estate

Experts from US, China, Israel, Japan, Taiwan and Korea Exchange Ideas for the Development of China’s Property Tax Laws during the International Forum for Tax Law of Real Estate East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL) and Da Cheng Law Offices hosted the International Forum for Tax Law of Real Estate.  The forum […]

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December 4, 2013

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Real Estate Property Tax in Israel and Tax Incentives for Foreign Direct Investors Investing in Israel

China and Israel Israel and China, greatly differ in size and population, but share many challenges – of which providing affordable housing to its residents is a key challenge. This year China and Israel will celebrate 20 years commemorating the establishment of its diplomatic relationship[1]. Although the Jewish people have a long lasting history of […]

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December 3, 2013

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The Shanghai Free Trade Zone: China’s Newest Vehicle to Attract Foreign Investors

The Shanghai Free Trade Zone is clearly the hottest topic in China legal and business news at present. According to recent reports, more than 1,400 companies have registered in Shanghai’s free trade zone within two months of its launch. The New Negative List A “negative list” for foreign companies had been identified as one of […]

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November 28, 2013

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There is No Rice without Water: Investment Opportunities between Israel and China

Water – Earth’s most precious resource. We often forget about the scarcity of water. Did you know that 20% of the world’s population faces water shortage – in particular in China? Beijing, China’s capital has more than 20 million inhabitants and possesses only 10% of the average water resources per capita. A 2011 HSBC report […]

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November 18, 2013

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China to Relax its One Child Policy

Upon conclusion of the third plenary session in Beijing the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) announced that it will liberalize China’s One Child Policy. In order to cope with the growth of its massive population, since 1979 China implemented a controversial policy which allowed a Chinese couple only to have a single child. Violators are subject […]

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