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The Foreign Investment Law reflects a win-win resolution from the Sino-US trade friction.  With the adoption of the draft Foreign Investment Law, there will be a new gold rush attracting all different kinds of foreign investors coming into the Chinese market.

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Under China’s Cyber Security Law (“CSL”), there are compliance obligations or privileges.  Obligation means the basic requirements to meet, any short of which will subject you to punishment.  Privilege means the extra benefits nice to have, any short of which could make you less competitive.  Classified protection (“CP”) is a mechanism that is both obligation and privilege.  To be certified under CP, you would have prima facie evidence that your network system meets the basic safety requirements under the CSL. 

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When talking about the important part of national security, like science and technology, Xi pointed out that China should pace up with launching of preemptive alerting and monitoring system for science and technology security.  Especially, he called on fast-tracking the law-making in AI, gene editing, medical diagnosis, autonomous driving, unmanned aerial vehicles, service robots and other fields.

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When transferring data out of China, many MNCs began to be mindful of their obligations to comply with China's Cyber Security Law.  However, not all of them realized that they have some other compulsory obligations to comply such as state secrets law, competition law, law on protecting commercial secrets, criminal law in relation to personal identifiable information ("PII").

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Recently, the Market Supervision Bureau ("MSB") of Longwan District of Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, imposed an administrative punishment on a pharmaceutical company for commercial bribery.  The pharmaceutical company offered its VIP customers and some other key customers free trips to Sanya (a famous seaside resort in China).  This is the first commercial bribery case in pharmaceutical field in Wenzhou City since the implementation of the new Anti-Unfair Competition Law (an administrative law about bribery in China).

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Recently, the Market Supervision Bureau ("MSB") of Shanghai Qingpu District penalized a medical device distributor with a fine of RMB 50,000 (about US$ 7,200) because the distributor made a unique bribe to a "doctor" responsible for procurement of medical devices in a hospital in Nanjing City (a city about 270 kilometers away from Shanghai), Jiangsu Province.  The reason why the bribe is unique is that the bribe was not cash, but 2 bottles of famous luxurious liquor—Moutai.  The total value of the two liquors is about RMB 3,000 (about US$ 440).  

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On August 31st, 2018, after five years examination and debating, the E-commerce Law of the People's Republic of China ("E-commerce Law") was finally published.  It will come into effect on January 1st, 2019.  The E-commerce Law defines e-commerce business operators' duties to ensure their legitimate operation.  It also clarifies the e-commerce business operators' legal responsibilities to protect consumers' rights and personal information.  It is a heavy-duty milestone in e-commerce industry.

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On January 14, 2018, during the funeral of Mr. Ke's father, Mr. Ke received RMB 10,500 (US$1,500) of gift money (or condolence comfort money) from 25 colleagues and staff members of the bureau including RMB 500 (US$ 70) from Mr. Zhang.  Later then, both of Mr. Ke (the Deputy Director) and Mr. Zhang (the Director) were investigated for the gift money and were removed from the office.

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