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Womble Carlyle attorney Guanming Fang will participate in a panel discussion on international business. The dinner meeting is sponsored by the Atlanta Chapter of Financial Executives International and ALPFA, (previously the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting) and takes...
Womble Carlyle Corporate & Securities partner Guanming Fang spoke at the U.S.-China Legal Exchange hosted by the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce on October 21, 2011. Guanming’s presentations were entitled “Introduction of U.S. Antitrust Laws” and “Pre-Merger Notification under Hart-Scott...
When Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal went on a business recruiting trip to China, he took along some helpful advice from two Womble Carlyle attorneys.Womble Carlyle’s Guanming Fang and Clint Richardson wrote the Guide for Expanding Into the U.S. Market in cooperation with the Georgia Department of...
Facebook's 26-year-old Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is visiting China and trying to friend the Chinese authorities. Does this mean Facebook will be back in China soon so I can friend my friends in China? Probably not. As the article points out, it would be hard for Facebook to operate in China...
The Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) recently announced that it has revised the list industries that foreign investors are encouraged, allowed, restricted or prohibited to invest in. The new listing is available in Chinese. This new list becomes effective on June 1....
Our clients and friends that have operations in China have been telling us that it is difficult to hire enough quality workers in China. Now, the Chinese government officials are acknowledging the labor shortage problem. And there doesn't seem to be any short term solution. At the same time,...
Article republished from WCSR.com ATLANTA—Chinese investment in the U.S. market will continue as the global economy recovers. But that investment may be in a different form than some people might expect. So says Guanming Fang, a corporate and securities attorney in Womble Carlyle’s Atlanta office...
How often do you get to network with Chinese business executives and government officials without leaving the country? You will have an opportunity to do so on November 15, 2010. Georgia China Alliance cordially invites you to join us at a reception on November 15, 2010 to welcome a delegation from...
On Thursday, June 25, Womble Carlyle's China Team and the China Research Center will host guests and clients in Womble Carlyle's Atlanta office for a presentation on "China's Labor Contract Law and a Changing Economic Environment". The discussion will focus on the mplementation and implications of...