The Ministry of Commerce Department Made Preliminary Decision to Take Temporary Anti-Dumping Measures on Toluidine Imported from the EU

Posted on March 14, 2013  by Xixi  in Anti Dumping, Legal   1 Comment »
The Ministry of Commerce Department Made Preliminary Decision to Take Temporary Anti-Dumping Measures on Toluidine Imported from the EU

On February 28, the Ministry of Commerce issued Public Notice No. 11 of 2013, announcing the preliminary decision to take temporary anti-dumping measures on toluidine imported from the EU. According to the Notice, under the investigation of the Ministry of Commerce, the dumping of toluidine imported from the EU has caused substantial damage to China’s […]

Brazil Made an Absolute Decree on the Anti-dumping of China’s Stainless Steel Tableware

Posted on December 26, 2012  by Xixi  in Anti Dumping, Legal, Policies   No Comments »

In December 6, 2012, Brazilian Foreign Trade Commission issued a proclamation. The proclamation decided to levy anti-dumping duties of 19.70 US dollars per kilogram on stainless steel tableware imported from China, and the tax calendar is five years. The mercosur tariff codes of the related products are 82111000, 82119100, 82152000 and 82159910.   In December, […]

India Decided to Extend the Duration of Anti-Dump Taxation against the Chinese Tires

Posted on April 22, 2012  by Xixi  in Anti Dumping   No Comments »
India Decided to Extend the Duration of Anti-Dump Taxation against the Chinese Tires

According to the report of Indian newspapers, the Indian government has decided to extend the period of anti-dump taxation against the tires produced by China and Thailand so as to protect it’s own tire industry. According to Indian Ministry of Finance, the anti-dumping measures against imports of  non-radical tires from China and Thailand would be […]

2012 Graded Licence-Issuing List of Commodities Subject to Export Licence

Posted on February 05, 2012  by Xixi  in Policies   No Comments »
2012 Graded Licence-Issuing List of Commodities Subject to Export Licence

 In accordance with the Measures for the Administration of Licenses for the Export of Goods (Ministry of Commerce No. 11 of 2008) and the 2012 Catalogue for Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licenses( Ministry of Commerce , General Administration of Customs Announcement No. 98 of 2011 ), the 2012 Catalogue for Graded License […]

Arbitration Fee Schedule for Foreign-Related Cases

Posted on January 13, 2012  by Xixi  in Arbitration, Legal   No Comments »
Arbitration Fee Schedule for Foreign-Related Cases

(This fee schedule applies to the arbitration rules Article III, arbitration cases item 1 and item , and come into force since May 1, 2005 ) For arbitration, each case shall charge a filing fee of 10,000 RMB, including the costs for review of the arbitration application, filing, input, computer program application, and filling-up. In […]

Why Choose Arbitration Over Litigation when dealing with Chinese supplier?

Posted on December 21, 2011  by Xixi  in Arbitration, Legal   No Comments »
Why Choose Arbitration Over Litigation when dealing with Chinese supplier?

Arbitration has always been preferred choice when resolving the commercial disputes. And compared with other dispute settlements, arbitration enjoys the following advantages: There are a great variety of measures for commercial contracting parties to resolve their disputes, however, among them only litigation judgments and arbitral awards possess binding powers and are enforceable. Arbitration award is […]

How To Apply For Arbitration In China

Posted on December 05, 2011  by Xixi  in Arbitration, Legal   7 Comments »
How To Apply For Arbitration In China

To cite China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission and the China Maritime Arbitration Commission as examples 1 , to apply for arbitration in our commission will generally require that there are arbitration clause included in the contract between you / your company and the other party, or there are written arbitration agreement. 2 , […]

How to Sue Chinese Company

Posted on November 24, 2011  by Xixi  in Lawsuit, Legal   51 Comments »
How to Sue Chinese Company

How to File Civil and Commercial Litigation in China (A Guide for Foreigners and Foreign Enterprises) To file civil and commercial litigation in China, foreigners shall take note of the following: 1. Subject of the Lawsuit The Plaintiff shall: Provide evidence concerning his or her identity, such as a passport, business qualification certificate (license, etc.) […]