Regulation Needed for Bidding of Baidu

Bidding of Baidu has recently been bitterly condemned, especially after the death of Wei Zexi, who was cheated by an irresponsible hospital whose ads are listed on the top of the searching engine of Baidu.
The so called bidding refers to that you can pay a competitive price to make your information (most are ads) on [...]

Published by Mike Wang on May 6th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

New Regulations Target Internet Fraud

On July 1 the Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce released new regulations that seek to reduce online fraud by requiring more information from merchants when registering internet commerce businesses.  Now, personal information including real names, contact numbers, and addresses will be required before an individual can open an online store.  The government hopes [...]

Published by admin on July 28th, 2010 tagged China Law, China News | Comment now »

H-P’S ACQUISITION OF 3COM APPROVED BY CHINA’S MINISTRY OF COMMERCE

It is reported that 3Com Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. has received approval from China’s Ministry of Commerce for H-P’s acquisition of Marlboro-based 3Com.
H-P, based in Palo Alto, Calif., agreed in November to pay $3 billion for computer networking and switching-gear maker 3Com Corp., with an aim to expand its product portfolio, increase sales in the [...]

Published by admin on April 8th, 2010 tagged China Law | Comment now »