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Doing Business Safely in China is a complete guide designed to minimize the difficulties involved in setting up business in China while allowing foreign investors to reduce the uncertainties that are inherent in a country so different from their own. It covers the general geographic and political aspects of this country; its legal system; foreign investment policy; contractual arrangements for distributors and suppliers; the different investment vehicles; mergers and acquisitions; insolvency and bankruptcy; industrial and intellectual property; tax, employment and real estate as well as policies for resolution of disputes and their prevention. Written by a team of twelve legal experts with extensive experience in advisin foreign companies on setting up business in China, this book is essential reading for anyone planning to do business safely in this country.

Book Details

  • Publisher: LID Publishing
  • ISBN: 978-­8-­483563-­95-­3
  • FORMAT: 234 x 156mm
  • Bookbinding: Paperback
  • Number of pages: 208

AUTHOR

Francisco SolerFrancisco Soler Caballero Francisco Soler Caballero is the Managing Partner of the Garrigues Shanghai office. He holds a degree in law and a degree in economics from the University of Valencia and a degree in political sciences from the UNED. He completed his studies with a master’s degree in EU law from the University of Sorbonne in Paris. Francisco has lived and worked in China for over 5 years and has extensive knowledge of the legal, economic and social environment in this country. He has specialized in foreign investment in China, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial contracts, as well as in Chinese investments overseas. Francisco frequently participates as a speaker in seminars and conferences on foreign investment in China and collaborates with several governmental institutions on advising them about the Chinese legal framework. He has taught several university courses on China, including the International MBA Update organized by the Instituto de Empresa and is currently the Vice-President of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in China.

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