China outbound investment special focus 2019

  • Pitching to be Europe’s foremost market

    Chinese investment into France grew in 2018 even as it dropped across the rest of Europe, and investor-friendly changes may give it a further boost. Raphaël Chantelot, Fanny Nguyen, Hubert Bazin and Nicolas Vanderchmitt of LPA – CGR Avocats take a look at the environment

  • The Sino-Kuwaiti partnership

    Areej Hamada, founder of Kuwaiti law firm Legal challenges group, looks at the bridges Kuwait has been building with its largest trading partner, China, and how it has modernised its foreign investment rules

  • China’s gateway to Europe

    Marcus Peter and Yi Wang of GSK Stockmann look at how Luxembourg has positioned itself as a platform for Chinese investments into the EU and the recent trend of Chinese investors building permanent foundations in the country

  • Stability, reputation, openness

    Switzerland has delivered some of the largest outbound Chinese acquisitions over recent years and, unlike the EU, has not imposed any formal investment restrictions. Manuel Werder, Philippe Weber, Daniel Eisele and Elga Reana Tozzi of Niederer Kraft Frey examine the market’s rules of entry

  • A natural gateway for Asian exports

    Ümit Hergüner, Senem Denktas and Deniz Tuncel of Hergüner Bilgen Özeke examine the environment for Chinese investment into Turkey and the efforts the two countries have been making to develop cooperation, most recently in nuclear energy and dispute resolution