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Garrigues has been advising its clients on their operations in China since 1992. In 2005 we became the first Spanish law firm to obtain a permit from the Chinese Ministry of Justice to set up an office in Shanghai.
Our professionals provide integral advisory services relating to investments in China, covering all aspects. Chinese clients who invest in any of the territories in which Garrigues operates also enjoy comprehensive legal advice, thanks to the firm’s international office network and legal expertise.
Garrigues’ commitment to Latin America makes it ideally positioned to advise Latin American businesses that invest in China. Our multidisciplinary Chinese and Spanish team also assists Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOE) and private businesses with investments in Europe and in Latin America.
Our extensive experience in the Chinese legal market enables us to meet client needs, offering ongoing advisory services of the highest quality and delivering real added value and innovative technical solutions.
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