Anti-Corruption Policies in China and Hong Kong and the Implications for Companies Doing Business There

January 5, 2017

Publication: Commercial Dispute Resolution

Asia-based lawyer Shaun Wu recently commented on the expansion of regulatory enforcement in both China and Hong Kong and the precautions that foreign corporations should take to ensure that they remain on the right side of the law as local governments crack down on bribery and corruption. In two articles published by Commercial Dispute Resolution, Mr. Wu notes trends in increased enforcement, observing the criminalization of practices once considered commonplace. He also offers tips for how to best oversee company policies when doing business in China and Hong Kong, and guidance on when to conduct internal reviews.

 The articles can be accessed below:

Battling graft, ICAC endures a summer of discontent

Beware clients bringing gifts”