Chinese Courts and Rulings
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Last week, the Chinese market regulator conditionally approved Broadcom's US$69 billion acquisition of software vendor VMware. The reasoning and conditions are summarized below.
Chinese corporate data provider Qichacha has become the first of its kind to pass the security review by the government cyber watchdog in order to launch an overseas platform. This is the most recent sign of Beijing relaxing controls over data exports.
As part of the U.S.-China Phase One agreement, China agreed to lower the threshold for trade secret infringement as one of the prerequisites for criminal cases. A review of recent legislative amendments and court rulings shows how China is implementing the commitment.
Last month, the Beijing government issued a ruling that imposes a US$1.5 million penalty on due-diligence firm Mintz, and provided some details on the legal reasoning behind the investigation that shocked many western businesses and observers.
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) recently extended the anti-dumping measures imposed on chloroprene rubber from the European Union, Japan and the United States.
In a decision reached by China's Cybersecurity Review Office (CRO) on a cybersecurity review of U.S. semiconductor producer Micron Technology, the CRO has for the first time found that a company failed to pass a review, as Micron products pose "a major security risk to the supply chain of