WASHINGTON, D.C., June 2, 2014 – Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Peter C. Pang has authored the chapter “Forms of Investment and Business in China” in the book titled Doing Business in China by Juris Publishing, LLC.
Mr. Pang’s chapter “Forms of Investment and Business in China” will advise foreign investors on how to do business in a new China in the new millennium. Mr. Pang walks readers through foreign direct investment in China including the process in China, joint ventures, the foreign exchange registration system, intellectual property, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Mr. Pang is Of Counsel in Dickinson Wright’s Washington, D.C. office and a Member of the Board of Advisors, IPO Pang P.C. in Shanghai. He specializes in international corporate law and investment involving China and Chinese clients – inbound or outbound. He has over 35 years of experience with complex cross border transactions, intellectual property protection and anti-counterfeit initiatives, and is well-known for his ability to obtain difficult, hard to get licenses, permits, approvals and government support for entry by a foreign enterprise into highly regulated Chinese industries as part of an overall foreign direct investment in China. Mr. Pang has represented clients in regulated industries, including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, gaming, telecommunications, television, information technology, and government contracts. The chapter was completed with the help of John Tan, Ken Zhang and Rachel Zhang, associates at the firm of IPO Pang P.C.
For over thirty years Doing Business in China has been one of the premier sources of practical information and analysis on issues affecting foreign investment in China. Doing Business in China provides over 3,000 pages of extensive and comprehensive analysis on Chinese businesses and commercial law and practice. Designed for those who are either planning to invest in China or who already have an established presence, Doing Business in China provides a detailed examination of all relevant legislation and practice in China that affects business and investment. It also closely examines key issues and potential pitfalls involved in all areas of business and investment. To learn more or to purchase the book, please click here.