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In-house counsel sceptical of China’s new Foreign Investment Law

Karry Lai, Hong Kong


How forced tech transfer is defined under the new law’s implementing rules will determine whether businesses will be operating on a level playing field

China’s new Foreign Investment Law, which was passed at the 2019 National People’s Congress in March, the annual meeting of China’s legislature, has been welcomed by IP practitioners. However, how technology transfer will be defined and interpreted remains unclear....


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