Managing China – Investments and Risks

As joint economic collaborations between China and Singapore continue to develop and China sets its sights to grow into the world’s largest economy, opportunities abound for Singapore companies looking to venture into China and the wider region to capture that growth. While riding on these opportunities, what are the risks that companies need to be aware of and manage when investing in China, even more so in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic?

In this webinar, our partners Marcus Chow, John Shi, Ying Wang and Rieko Michishita provided Singapore businesses a pocket guide to navigating the various risks involved as well as share practical tips when doing business in/with China.

This webinar was sponsored by Bird & Bird and jointly organised with the Singapore Corporate Counsel Association.

The webinar covered:

  • A new era for China Investments – Opportunities and Corporate Risks
    • New Foreign Investment Law and China’s New Negative List
    • Cooperation and conflict with a Chinese partner
    • Reputation Risks in a Hyper-Connected World
  • PRC Data Security Law taking effect on 1 September 2021
    • Overview of key changes and their impact on businesses
  • China Employment Law Essentials
    • Overview of the employment legal context in China
    • Major employment risks in China
    • Key tips for employers to minimise the risks
  • Protecting your Intellectual Property (IP) assets in China
    • Overview of China IP rights landscape
    • Typical IP issues that foreign companies encounter
    • IP strategies - What the legal counsel should do?

This webinar has concluded. If you would like a copy of the webinar content or have questions relating to this event, please email us at [email protected] or contact our event speakers directly.

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