A company conducting business in China from abroad or through a subsidiary in China, may sign various contracts with Chinese companies. The content of the contracts however depends not only on the specifics of the transaction, but also on the laws and practicalities relevant to commercial transactions under Chinese law. This is especially important when it comes to a dispute over a transaction.
BUREN has contributed the China chapter to the Lexology/Getting the Deal Through Commercial Contracts Guide. In this comprehensive Q&A we will inform you about what companies need to know when entering into commercial contracts in China.
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