China's Ministry of Commerce selects 20 firms for two legal panels
China's Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom) has selected a total of 20 law firms for coveted spots on two legal panels. The government department has appointed one group of outfits to advise it on economic and trade agreements, negotiations related to investment and international investment dispute cases, and a separate group to provide counsel on WTO and regional trade agreements, and cross border dispute resolution.
China’s Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom) has selected 20 international law firms for coveted spots on two legal panels.
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