Legal and Practical Considerations for Companies Doing Business In China in 2022

8 February 2022 Webinar Past Event

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11 a.m. PST

The US and Chinese economies remain intertwined. Even throughout a global pandemic that has slowed international commerce and rising geopolitical tensions, China remains the largest trading partner of the United States. US businesses and investors rely on China for its manufacturing capabilities, its massive consumer market, and its robust capital markets. Investors are well aware of the actions that the US government has taken to curb technology exports to China and restrict inbound Chinese investment into critical US industries.

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Legal and Practical Considerations for Companies Doing Business In China in 2022

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Webinar

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11 a.m. PST