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Zhong Lun Law Firm

31, 36, 37/F, SK TOWER, 6A JIANGOUMENWAI AVENUE, CHAOYANG DISTRICT, BEIJING 100022, CHINA
Tel:
Work +86 10 5957 2288
Fax:
Fax +86 10 6568 1022
Email:
Web:
www.zhonglun.com
Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen

Lingchen Pu

Tel:
Work +86 10 59572288
Email:
Zhong Lun Law Firm

Work Department

WTO/International Trade, Antitrust/Competition, Corporate/Foreign Direct Investment

Languages

Chinese and English


China: WTO/international trade

WTO/international trade: PRC firms

Within: Leading individuals

Lingchen Pu - Zhong Lun Law Firm

Within: WTO/international trade: PRC firms

The trade lawyers at Zhong Lun Law Firm have 'an impressive network of contacts in the industry', which they leverage to provide WTO and trade remedy advice 'at an excellent international standard'. As one of only a handful of firms that regularly acts for MOFCOM, the team has been involved in anti-subsidy and safeguard investigations initiated by Canada, the US, the EU, South Africa and India. Lingchen Pu is acting for MOFCOM in relation to a $10bn investigation by the EU into photovoltaic imports from China, and is also representing the client in a US investigation concerning forged steel fittings. Additional highlights have included Pu advising a domestic chemical product company on a multibillion-dollar safeguard investigation, and Jiang Zhe representing clients such as OCI Company and Hanwha Total Petrochemical in multiple anti-dumping investigations initiated by MOFCOM. Also recommended is Jianwei Liu, who has expertise in WTO law and IP, and is experienced in litigation and arbitration.

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  • What is the relationship between PPP and concessions?

    From fledgling concessions to PPP that is sweeping the country today, there are two major sets of regulations to be followed: one being regulations for concessions led by the National Development and Reform Commission (“NDRC”) and the other the series of regulations for PPP led by the Ministry of Finance (“MoF”).  However, to date, there is still not one law that expressly defines the relationship between the two, resulting in much confusion and many impediments in practice.  The relationship between concessions and PPP is an issue currently desperately needing clarification.
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