Posts Tagged ‘SAIC’

Countdown Looms For BTCC’s Bitcoin Trading End

As BTCC enters its final week of Bitcoin trading operations, all eyes are on how the impact of the shutdown …


ICOs Are Dead In China As Chinese Government Nixes Cryptocurrencies

Seven Chinese regulatory bodies issued initial coin offering rules that totally ban the practice by cryptocurrency and Bitcoin wannabes. ICOs …


Chinese E-commerce Customer Complaints Up 174.4% In Q1 2015

Consumer complaints during the first quarter of 2015 for Internet shopping increased by 174.4% year-on-year to 24,100 cases, according to statistics published by State Administration for Industry and Commerce of China. The State Administration revealed that China’s nationwide industry and commerce administrative units received a total of 1.701 million consumer complaints, reports and inquiries in […]


Possible Class Action Suit Against Alibaba For Disclosure Failures

Alibaba and its executives may feel the sting of American jurisprudence as law firms line up for possible class action lawsuits in the United States against the Chinese e-commerce company. At least five law firms so far have expressed intentions to commence class actions against Alibaba. For example, a complain from Robbins Geller Rudman & […]


Fraud And Bribery Take Center Stage In Hong Kong This December

Shanghai, November 13, 2013 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – When a company is accused of bribery, stakeholders worry about the long-term effect on the business. And more attention has recently been focused on the machinations of corruption, bribery, corporate malfeasance, and fraud in Asia. This year continues to be extraordinarily eventful in the global fight against … >>>


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Industry Experts Ready For The Anti-Corruption Compliance Asia Pacific Summit 2013

Hong Kong, November 7, 2013 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – This year continues to be extraordinarily eventful in the global fight against graft, and at the Anti-Corruption Compliance Asia Pacific Summit 2013, December 12th-13th at the Intercontinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, there will be high hopes for determining what it will mean in the long run. … >>>


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Chinese Government Steps In To Regulate Internet Retail Services

China’s Ministry of Commerce has drafted the “Network Retailing Management Approach”, which will cover more than 40 guidance items surrounding e-commerce activities in China. The “Third-party Network Trading Platform Management Approach” is also expected to be launched at the end of 2012. In early 2012, Chen Deming, minister at the Ministry of Commerce, said during […]


New E-commerce Rules: China Will Implement Real-name Registration For Internet Stores

The State Administration for Industry & Commerce of China has formally published the “Interim Measures for Management of Network Commodity Trade and Related Services”, effective from July 1, 2010.
According to the measures, individual online sellers in China who wish to sell goods via the Internet should submit applications to the operators of e-commerce platforms with […]


SIPO Takes Special Measures For World Expo Intellectual Property Protection

Gan Shaoning, deputy director of the State Intellectual Property Office of China, has disclosed to local media that SIPO will provide two methods for intellectual property protection of the World Expo 2010.
According to Gan, the first relief channel is judiciary relief, that is, to protect the intellectual property rights of the World Expo through civil […]


Hanwang’s Registration Of “i-phone” Trademark Blocking iPhone’s Entry Into China

Adding another layer of confusion to Apple’s iPhone entry to China, a Chinese company is claiming that it owns the trademark rights for the iPhone smartphone.
According to Wang Hao, general manager for Beijing-based BSFD Intellectual Property Agency Limited, Apple’s iPhone can not enter the Chinese market, because Hanwang Technology previously registered the “i-phone” trademark, and […]