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International Trade & Investment and Antitrust

Since its inception, Duan & Duan has been providing legal support to MNCs’ Chinese businesses and localization efforts. We are the first law firm in China to provide cross-border support.Our International Trade & Investment and Antitrust practice is highly recognized for its premium legal support for Chinese and overseas companies in high-stakes cross-border investments. We also enjoy great experience in helping MNCs develop inbound investment strategies, including founding offices, foreign-owned companies, and joint ventures of various kinds in China. We advise those international companies on a full spectrum of legal matters every step of the way. Duan & Duan also offer legal and business insights to Chinese companies with overseas investment demands.

Duan & Duan was active in antitrust and unfair competition long before the related laws and regulations were launched in China. Our attorneys in this practice keep abreast of Chinese policy updates and international trends. We handle a wide scope of legal matters, including abuse of market dominance, predatory pricing, tying arrangement, fraudulent pricing, refusal to deal, price fixing, cartel formation, and other anticompetitive practices. We also help clients apply for antitrust and M&A controls for their cross-border M&A transactions or overseas acquisitions.

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Received recognition

INTA Associate Member

Member of the Shanghai Equity Exchange

USLAW NETWORK’s Only Affiliate Member Firm in the Asia-Pacific Region

Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Association

Class A Qualification for Shanghai International Consulting Agencies

Rising Stars 2010, ILASA

Securities Law Qualification

China’s Top 10 Fastest Growing Law Firms

China’s Law Firms of Excellence

Model Unit of the Shanghai Municipality

Model Law Firm of the Shanghai Municipality

China Business Law Awards

Leading Firm in Dispute Resolution: Shanghai, Chambers Global

Leading Firm in Corporate/Commercial Dispute Resolution, Chambers Asia-Pacific