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This week’s announcement continues a clear trend during 2019 of the Chinese Government seeking to attract additional foreign capital through investor...
China clarifies its regulatory stance on online advertising practices and the online sale of food products, continuing a trend towards greater regulation of e-commerce.
Non-tariff measures present major challenges for exporters but the outlook is not all bleak for international trade in agribusiness and food.
International companies trading in cross-border ecommerce in cosmetics, infant formula milk powder, medical devices & health have a reprieve until at least 11 May 2017.
Cross-border ecommerce has moved from being a possible avenue to sell to the China consumer, to the only way to sell to China.
The Supreme Court has dismissed PCCW’s appeal in its passing off case against Sky.
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