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The Shanghai Free Trade Zone

Linklaters announced last week that its unusual application for a joint operations office in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone had finally received approval from the local authorities, making it the first Magic Circle firm that can include Chinese law capability in a one-stop-shop offering.

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Anna Zhang

Anna Zhang is based in Hong Kong, where she writes about the business of law and legal issues in Asia and Australia.

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