Will Didi be Liable for Forgotten Wallets Left Behind in its Cars? Aug15

Will Didi be Liable for Forgotten Wallets Left Behind in its Cars?

In recent years, as the share economy has developed in all respects of our social life, more choose to use online car-hailing as a preference for their daily travel.   However, do these car hailing platforms owe a duty to their passengers? For example, in the case that a passenger forgets his/her personal belongings in th...

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BRI: Dispute Resolution and Jurisdictional Issues Aug09

BRI: Dispute Resolution and Jurisdictional Issues

The Belt and Road Initiative, one of the largest infrastructure and investment projects ever envisioned, offers interesting opportunities for non-Chinese participation. However, even knowledgeable investors know that with rewards come risks and count on readily-available and fair access to courts in order to resolve disputes. Thus, t...

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India Environmental Care – The National Clean Air Program Aug08

India Environmental Care – The National Clean Air Program

Throughout the last few months, the world is moving towards the improvement of environmental protection and India is also doing its part. On the 12th of January 2019, the National Clean Air Program (“NCAP”) was launched by the Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Dr. Harsh Vardhan in New Delhi. ...

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Vietnam revised Tax Management Law passed by The National Assembly of Vietnam Aug02

Vietnam revised Tax Management Law passed by The National Assembly of Vietnam

In June 2019, the National Assembly voted to approve the revised Law on Tax Management with 91.32% of the deputies approval. The Tax Management Law (revised), comprising of 17 chapters with 152 articles, regulates the management of all forms of tax and other state budget revenues, as well as the rights and obligations of taxpayers. ...

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What Money Can Not Buy: Overseas Housing Jul31

What Money Can Not Buy: Overseas Housing

In recent years, China has seen an increasing number of Chinese purchasing property in foreign countries as private investments. However, some misconduct might be deemed as illegal actions, lending itself subject to extra attention to the legality of outbound remittance. For any purchase of overseas property, the premise is to tra...

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Bartering in the Information Age Jul26

Bartering in the Information Age

The 21st Century is characterized by the shift from traditional industry to the technological revolution based on new information technology, but are we sure that we have completely forgotten our ancient and traditional behaviors? Recently, a new common form of business is growing and seems to be catching-on in Italy. W...

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Double VAT: Russian-Chinese Service Contracts Jul26

Double VAT: Russian-Chinese Service Contracts

One of the headaches of service providers all over the world is the payment of value added tax (VAT). The situation becomes even more complicated when a company expands their market and begins to provide services to overseas clients.   According to the basic rule, VAT shall be charged i...

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Exhibition: “ITALY – Twilight skylines from Police helicopters” in Vietnam Jul24

Exhibition: “ITALY – Twilight skylines from Police helicopters” in Vietnam

It was a pleasure for DP group to participate at the opening of the exhibition ”ITALY – Twilight Skylines from Police Helicopters”, by the Italian Under-Secretary of State for Defence, Angelo Tofalo, during his visit in Hanoi for the signing of the cooperation agreement between Italy and Vietnam. The Ambassador of Italy to Viet...

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Food Safety & Traceability in China-Modern Solutions to Modern Problems Jul17

Food Safety & Traceability in China-Modern Solutions to Modern Problems

In recent years, China has aimed to overcome its reputation for being a hub for food safety violations, however, with the emergence of the e-commerce sector, compliance and enforcement will mean it may still continue to be an issue moving forward into the future. However, China has recently been at the forefront of technological adva...

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Dunhill vs Danhuoli: A Curtain – Raiser for Higher Damage Compensation Jul10

Dunhill vs Danhuoli: A Curtain – Raiser for Higher Damage Compensation

Last October, Alfred Dunhill, a British luxury brand, won a $1.4m (RMB 10 million) payout over trademark infringement by a Chinese menswear brand called Danhuoli, marking an important progression in IP protection in China. Dunhill filed and ordered the lawsuit in China where the Foshan Intermediate People’s Court in Guangdong Provi...

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