Launch ceremony of DOCVIT central enterprises’ compliance new product line and seminar on new trend of central enterprises’ compliance in the context of Sino-US trade conflict
In the context of Sino-US trade conflict, what’s the development trend of central enterprises’ compliance in the future?
At present, China is facing challenges brought about by Trump’s trade protectionism. This round of trade protectionism of the United States will have an impact on the economic cycle in the short term, and will have an impact on the global value chain in the medium term; as the scope and degree of Sino-US trade friction both present new features, the following effects deserve more attention.
Against the macro-background of uncertainty of Sino-US trade, what are the new problems and challenges facing Chinese central enterprises’ compliance? How to deal with central enterprises’ overseas investment national security review and anti-monopoly review? How do central enterprises effectively deal with international arbitration? And what legal risks should central enterprises pay attention to in the process of "going out"?
In order to discuss the above issues in depth, Beijing DOCVIT Law Firm and the Green Legal Global Alliance (GLGA) will hold seminar on “new trends of central enterprises’ compliance in the context of Sino-US trade conflict”. At this seminar, DOCVIT central enterprises’ compliance new product line will be released; the product line analyzes the problems and challenges facing central enterprises’ compliance in the context of Sino-US trade conflict and, from a legal perspective, puts forward some professional solutions to central enterprises’ compliance construction in the context of the trade uncertainty.
Session 1: Topic discussion: ”New trends of central enterprises’ compliance in the context of Sino-US trade conflict” 13:30-15:00
1. Opening remarks by moderator
1. Opening remarks by moderator
3. Discussion and exchange of views
Topic 1: WTO compliance of central enterprises’ “countering” in the flames of trade war
Topic 2: Central enterprises’ overseas investment national security review and anti-monopoly review
Topic 3: How do central enterprises effectively deal with international arbitration
Topic 4: Building a culture of compliance and integrity of central enterprises participating in the “Belt and Road”
Topic 5: Central enterprises’ foreign-related intellectual property strategy and compliance management
4. Group-photo taking
Session 2: Launch and interpretation of DOCVIT central enterprises’ compliance new product line 15:00-15:20
1. Launch ceremony of DOCVIT central enterprises’ compliance new product line
2. Interpretation of DOCVIT central enterprises’ compliance new product line
Session 3: Topic discussion: Corporate compliance: microscopic breakthrough point of Chinese legal construction 15:20-16:30
Topic 1: Requirements and management trend of central enterprises’ compliance construction in the present international economic & trade situation
Topic 2: Effect of trade war on central enterprises’ market-oriented reform and its enlightenment on compliance
Topic 3: How do central enterprises plan the top-level structure of compliance management
Topic 4: Win-win cooperation between compliance department and other departments in an enterprise
Topic 5: Tax planning and compliance considerations in affiliated enterprises’ transfer of assets
Topic 6: Overseas investment compliance and risk control in the context of lifelong accountability for central enterprises’ illegal operation
Tea Break: 16:30-16:50
Session 4: Free talk 16:50-17:50
Topic 1: Central Enterprises’ business partner compliance review and compliance control means in the new regulatory situation
Topic 2: Construction of central enterprises’ compliance management system and corporate governance structure
Topic 3: Emphases of compliance management: seen from the management system and responsibility of central enterprises’ compliance
Topic 4: Discussion of big data’s dissolution of central enterprises’ compliance risks
Topic 5: Central enterprises’ overseas compliance risks seen from the American “long-arm jurisdiction”
Session 5: Meeting summary 17:50-18:00
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