Interpretation of China’s New Foreign Investment Law
Nanjing l February 13, 2020 l 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, this event has been postponed. The new event time and date will be confirmed at a later time.
On February 13th, Lorena Miera Ruiz, International Business Advisory Senior Associate, and Chenchen Liu, Business Advisory Services Senior Associate, will brief attendees on the impact of China's new Foreign Investment Law.
China’s new Foreign Investment Law (FIL) will go into effect on January 1st this year. Do you know how it will affect your business and investments? Join us for this comprehensive update on the FIL hosted by EUCham Nanjing.
What will be discussed?
This seminar will have two speakers to give you both a general overview of the new law and an in-depth explanation of the technical legal side of the policy. Lorena will discuss the legislative background of the law and its current implications for foreign entities operating in the country while ChenChen will dive into the technical legal side of it.
This seminar aims to answer the common questions many foreign investors have such as:
- What does the FIL mean?
- Why is it being implemented now?
- What are the highlights of the new law?
- How will existing FIEs be affected?
- How will the FIL protect the rights of foreign investors and FIEs?
- What is missing from the new law and what are the major concerns regarding its implementation?
This seminar is hosted by the European Chamber Nanjing.
Members: 200 RMB / Non Members: 350 RMB
Those who register through Dezan Shira & Associates can enjoy the special member price of 200 RMB. Please email Lauren at email@example.com with your full name, company name, and contact number. Deadline to register is February 11th.
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