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Legal Checklist For Doing Business in China

Is Your Company Bribing Anyone?  The United States vigorously enforces its Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), which penalizes improper payments to foreign officials by US companies.  In certain situations, US companies can be liable under the FCPA for payments made by their Chinese partner.  Canada and most European countries have their own somewhat similar corrupt practices acts, as does China.

Dan Harris from China Law Blog posted this legal checklist for those who plan to do business in China.

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