Corporate

06-02-2022
Due to the ongoing situation of COVID-19 in China, especially in Shanghai, the Chinese government has introduced more regulations and policies or extended the deadline of the previously issued regulations and policies to further support both the economic development and the business. In this Newsletter, we will share with you detailed provisions of these policies in Shanghai focusing on the topics of labor and employment, leasing, tax, etc. Depending on the location of your business, there could be more specific implementation rules at local level.
05-10-2022
By June 18, 2022, companies (whether public or private) and public entities, especially those employing 50 or more workers, are obliged to implement a whistleblowing channel so that workers, shareholders, members of corporate bodies, service providers, suppliers and other reporting parties, including within the context of a professional relationship that has since ended, might report breaches of the legislation referring to various areas. 
12-22-2021
On December 15, the Official State Gazette (BOE) published Law 16/2021, amending (once again) Law 12/2013, on measures to improve the functioning of the food supply chain (the Food Supply Chain Law or LCA, after its initials in Spanish).The new law contains major new legislation for all the businesses participating in the food industry (affecting foreign companies for the first time). Here we analyze its key elements.
01-10-2022
Since 2018, China started to implement the “Negative List” approach for the administration of foreign investment nationwide, and has updated the Negative Lists periodically since then. The Negative Lists set out in a centralized manner special administrative measures with respect to the access of foreign investment. Business sectors not specified in the Negative Lists are subject to administration under the principle of treating domestic investment and foreign investment equally.
10-28-2021
This register, which was regulated in Spain last April to adapt the Spanish legislation to the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive, introduces a whole set of specific requirements to be taken into account by virtual currency exchange providers and custodian wallet providers.

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