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The Hong Kong SFC recently issued two circulars to clarify the requirements for online account opening by licensed corporations.
Investors and operators of critical infrastructure in Australia will soon need to comply with new security rules commencing 11 July 2018.
Corruption and bribery are live issues. This article sets out four tips on how you can manage corruption risks.
A Chinese State Owned Enterprise was involved in a dispute in Africa. KWM advised on dispute resolution strategies in a Hong Kong seated arbitration.
Parties doing business with foreign States should think carefully about the doctrine of state immunity.
'One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) policy in China, investigates investor protections available to OBOR nations and practical guidance to help investors take advantage of these protections.
What you should know about the third China-Singapore government-to-government cooperation project.
In high profile cases, the cost of regulatory investigation may just be the beginning of a much longer (and more expensive) story.
We look at how the certainty of letters of credit may be impacted by wider fraudulent/illegal conduct and what can be done to mitigate the risks.
We focus on website blocking injunctions, as one measure that has been used or introduced to tackle online copyright infringement.
Preparing for Competition Commission investigations
HK Competition Commission’s enforcement and leniency policies
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