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China's legislative body recently passed its first Futures and Derivatives Law after nearly a decade of work. The law aims to provide a legal basis for various activities in the market, as well as cross-border transactions. The new law will take effect on August 1.
The US-China Business Council recently issued a report on China's data/cybersecurity regulatory regime, which it described as "uniquely restrictive." It further laid out the primary challenges that American firms are facing in complying with the laws.
In recent years, China has been developing an export control law, which to some extent is similar to that of the United States and other countries. As China is still developing the implementing regulations, other governments have been weighing in and raising concerns. At the July 8 and 9, 2021
On August 20, China’s Standing Committee of National People’s Congress passed the nation’s first Personal Information Protection Law (个人信息保护法) (PIPL) (informal English version here). It is modeled after the Europe Union's General Data Protection Regulation, and has been called by some western media “one of the strictest
On June 29, the Standing Committee of Shenzhen Municipal People’s Congress passed the Data Regulations of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone (hereafter referred to as “the Data Regulations”) (深圳经济特区数据条例 [http://www.sznews.com/content/mb/2021-07/07/content_24370464.htm?cxid=iyt&token=1625616000115] , link in Chinese). The rules will