CHINA LEGAL CONSULTATION SERVICES

Viknesh & Yap Win Long Guangdong Law Firm
Viknesh & Yap Win Long Guangdong Law Firm

The international partnership with award -winning Chinese law firm, Win Long Guangdong Law Firm helps both Chinese and Malaysian clients in the Belt & Road era.

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Viknesh & Yap Win Long Guangdong Law Firm
Viknesh & Yap Win Long Guangdong Law Firm

The international partnership with award -winning Chinese law firm, Win Long Guangdong Law Firm helps both Chinese and Malaysian clients in the Belt & Road era.

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Welcome to our China Legal Consultation Services (CLCS)

With the Chinese economy poised to remain one of the biggest economic and global business markets for the foreseeable future, we are pleased to provide our legal services and consultation to guide and assist our clients to establish their businesses in China ,while welcoming Chinese investors to set up their operations in Malaysia. 

Outbound Services to China

Our China Legal Consultation Services team has been providing the following services since 2018 to help our clients to establish their international businesses, maximise their corporate brand and business presence in China.

Through our unique and strategic partnership with some of China's leading law firms and team of lawyers, we can :

  • guide you on the ideal Chinese business entity to be formed for your business type(s) when entering the Chinese market.

  • provide you with the pre-entry market conditions and requirements...

  • advise on corporate compliance policies and procedures for your Chinese business.

  • advise on the Chinese intellectual property laws including copyright, patents and industrial designs.

  • guide on the due-diligence and inspection of Chinese companies and documents

  •  provide you with updated news of the relevant legal policies and/or reforms to protect your interest in China.

  • provide you with updated news on the Chinese capital control policies and capital market policies.

  • advise on the ideal commercial agreements and contracts between the contracting parties, whether your business activities are located inside or outside of China.

  • help to identify the ideal special economic zones in China which meet your strategy and objectives.

  • advise and recommend qualified and experienced court litigators and dispute arbitrators to assist in the dispute resolution process within the Chinese justice system ,or to conduct international arbitration.

Special economic zones (SEZs) in Mainland China are granted more free market-oriented economic policies and flexible governmental measures by the government of China, compared to the planned economy elsewhere. This allows SEZs to utilize economic management which is more attractive to foreign and domestic businesses.

Our partners in China comprise of some of the leading legal minds, dispute arbitrators and practitioners in areas such as international trade laws, anti-trust laws, and corporate legal work including cross-border mergers & acquisitions (M&A), joint ventures, and protection of intellectual property (IP). 

With presence in key economic areas such as Guangzhou, Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Zhongshan, Hainan and Tokyo, our international team of associate lawyers have the capability and experience to ensure your business will continue to thrive and optimize your presence in China. Whether you are running a SME business or an international conglomerate, we are able to provide you with the exact tailored legal advice to help your business needs in China.

Inbound Services to Malaysia

As of 2020, according to data released by the Malaysian Investment Developmental Authority (MIDA), China is Malaysia’s seventh largest investor in terms of implementing projects and this has created more than 48,000 job opportunities in Malaysia. It is the biggest FDI investor in the manufacturing sector for five consecutive years. Chinese investments are entrenched in Malaysia for more than three decades stemming from the formalisation of modern diplomatic relations between the countries since 1974.

Under the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI), Malaysia has frequently been recognised by China as a vital component and infrastructure & logistics partner in the Southeast Asian region. The key BRI projects in Malaysia include the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL), Bandar Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, and the Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park (MCKIP).

Chinese institutions such as the Bank of China (BoC), Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and China Construction Bank (CCB) and state-owned-enterprises such as China Communications Construction Company Ltd (CCCC) are active in Malaysian projects with their operations based in the nation's capital. International Chinese enterprise such as Huawei Technologies maintains a local company to develop their strong brand in the telecommunications equipment manufacturer, communications solutions and services provider of handheld devices, cloud services, Internet of Things, 5G and so forth. 

China has its embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and consulate-general offices in George Town (Penang), Kota Kinabalu (Sabah) and Kuching(Sarawak). Malaysia maintains its embassy in Beijing, as well as consulate offices in Kunming, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Xi'an and Hong Kong.

Our inbound services legal team can :

  • advise you on the formation of the ideal Malaysian corporate entity to be formed for your business type(s) when entering the Malaysian market.

  • provide you with the pre-entry market conditions and requirements.

  • conduct checks and due diligence on Malaysian companies for your joint venture/partnership/mergers & acquisitions

  • advise on corporate compliance policies and procedures for your business.

  • advise on the Malaysian intellectual property laws including copyright, patents and industrial designs.

  •  provide you with updated news of the relevant legal policies and/or reforms to protect your interest in Malaysia.

  • provide you with updated news on the Malaysian tax laws, capital control policies and capital market policies.

  • advise on the ideal commercial agreements and contracts between the contracting parties, whether your business activities are located inside or outside of China

Notable Chinese investments in Malaysia until 2020 *

* based on data tracker provided by the Malaysian Investment Development Authority)

Manufacturing sector : RM91.3bil

Services sector              : RM66.7bil

Primary sector                : RM6bil.

Summary

We combine our international legal consultation experience and knowledge to provide a total legal solution to meet your  needs whether you are intending to develop your business in the China market or if you are considering to set up your business in Malaysia.

To find out more about our available China legal services, please email to us at : info@vikneshyap.com