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China's Carbon Goals

Competition, Trade & Regulatory

China's Carbon Goals

China is poised to rollout a new national emissions trading scheme market demonstrating that China is committed to mitigating climate change.

03 June 2021

Keepwell and carry on: enforcement of Keepwell deeds put to the test in China

Keepwell deeds, also known as letters of comfort, are a credit protection tool commonly used by Chinese companies issuing debt offshore.

23 February 2021

Briefing note for state of emergency in Myanmar

On February 1, Myanmar’s military-owned Myawaddy TV announced that a state of emergency would be imposed in accordance with Articles 417 and 418 of the 2008 Constitution of...

05 February 2021

Impact Of The Novel Coronavirus Outbreak On Chinese Commodity Sale Contracts

As one of the largest consumers of commodity products globally, the impact of the novel coronavirus outbreak on international commodity contracts with Chinese buyers raises challenging and important...

10 February 2020

Morrison’s Christmas promise: Indonesia-Australia free trade agreement

Australia’s new Prime Minister, Scott Morrison has promised the long awaited Indonesia-Australia free trade agreement by Christmas. The announcement is a good news story for international trade...

05 September 2018

Red Tape | Data breach notifications

Recent cybersecurity regulatory developments in the EU, Hong Kong & Australia relating to mandatory data breach notification laws.

14 June 2016
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Asian LNG: Where to from here and what role for Singapore?

A fresh look at the impact of recent Asian LNG market changes on long term contract discussions and the role which establishment of an Asian LNG trading hub...

27 May 2015
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Maximising investment protection in Africa: The Role of investment treaties and investment arbitration in Africa

A review of the protections available to international investors when investing in certain African states.

21 March 2015
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Private equity and venture capital could benefit from EU Capital Markets Union

The new European Commission President has spoken extensively about his plan for a "capital markets union".

26 February 2015
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Case study: Making complexity simpler

Multinational corporations looking to consolidate their Mainland China operations are looking for a different kind of legal expertise.

15 January 2015
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Case study: Food for thought

Navigating China’s complex anti-competition law to unlock a major opportunity for a global manufacturer of food products in China.

13 January 2015
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Case study: Flying High

Rapid response to a dawn raid in China helped a global travel provider get back to business.

13 January 2015
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