Dates: Tuesday 14th to Thursday 16th March 2017
Time: From 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Venue: INSEAD / 1, Ayer Rajah Avenue / Singapore 138676
Over the past forty years, Chinese laws and legal institutions have developed quickly while China went through major deep economic, political and social reforms.
This course will:
- Explore the impact of the recent and current economic and political context on the legal framework for doing business in China
- Develop an overview of the PRC legal system
- Expose the range of legal vehicles available for foreign investors wishing to enter the Chinese market. In this part, a specific emphasis will be made on the practices recommended to optimize the protection of overseas investors’ interests in China
Based on concrete examples, this course will be of interest to students looking to better understand the legal framework of setting up legal entities in China. The objective will be to give the audience a practical view of which entity can be set up in China and within which limits/framework and constraints.
Applications are open and you can register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
HJM Asia Law - Managing Partner