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The Doing Business in China guide provides an introduction to selected aspects relating to investment and business operations in the People’s Republic of China (PRC or China) under current Chinese laws and policy.

China is a vast country, where national laws, local regulations and implementing procedures provide a complex legal framework for doing business.

The guide also includes a summary of important areas of concern to all investors in China: mergers and acquisitions, competition issues, taxation, employment, intellectual property protection, trade and import and export rules, as well as compliance and dispute resolution issues.

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Simon Hui is a partner and leads Baker McKenzie’s Dispute Resolution Group in Shanghai. Mr. Hui is ranked among the leading lawyers for dispute resolution/regulatory and compliance in China by Chambers Asia Pacific, Chambers Global and Legal 500 Asia Pacific. He has conducted complex internal investigations for a large number of multinational companies across a range of industries. He is also a skilled investigator and has experience in dealing with PRC government authorities and regulators such as PSB, SAMR, NSB and SPP. He has been interviewed by leading business media, such as the Financial Times, for his work on assisting the SOE in the establishment of compliance system as the country pushes for its SOEs to participate in the Belt & Road Initiatives.

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Vivian Wu is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Beijing office, advising US and European corporations on regulatory, compliance and FCPA-related matters in China. Ms. Wu worked at our Washington D.C. office in 2014, graduated from Harvard Law School, and is admitted to practice in New York and China.

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Henry Chen is a special counsel in Baker McKenzie's Shanghai office.