Globalization has been not just a progress but a fact. Industrialization furtherance in third world, faster global transportation, global sourcing, manufacturing relocation has become a global phenomenon. Ignoring these facts and phenomenon could be a big mistake for policy making and business planning. As international trade balance has dynamically impacted each country’s economy, business operation, compliance of trade policies has become more complex.
In recent years, China, as second largest economy in the world, has gained more negotiation power in term of making and executing its own trade policies. Meanwhile, to comply WTO rules and meet other countries’ expectations, China’s trade policy making process remains open but dynamic to interact with other countries’ reciprocal treatment. Chinese government plays active role in promoting and pushing its economic development, which introduces different way from others in policy making process. Nonetheless, however, the judicial reform, anti-corruption efforts, compliance with WTO rules have constrained governmental practice to be more transparent and more rule-of-law oriented.
As the fastest growing economy, China offers more business opportunities to the world. However, many U.S. businesses feel the challenges getting into China market due to their unfamiliarity to Chinese legal system and business culture. With native Chinese legal consultant working in the U.S. and understanding both the U.S. and China legal system, we provide “door” service to clients, while still is supported by home office and network in China. We are experienced in governmental practice, China trade policies, import & export regulations, foreign exchange policies, IPRs protection as well as dispute resolution related to international trade business.
In terms of international trade services related to China market, we provide the following services:
Trade policy advising;
Obtaining permits, quota or licenses;
Contract drafting and negotiation;
Import regulations and export controls;
Representation before Chinese regulatory authorities;
Representation before Chinese courts or arbitration tribunals;
Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments or arbitration awards;
WTO policy advice and representation of WTO disputes;
Other trade disputes.