Chambers Seminar: Antitrust and International Trade
Trade War or Fair Competition?
This session will focus on what to look out for in domestic and international markets from antitrust and trade controls perspectives.
Time: 16:00 – 17:30
(David) Weiyang Tang
David has over 19 years of experience in trade and customs, cross-border government investigations and compliance matters. He represents Chinese and foreign clients in internal trade compliance audits, end user due diligence and verification, helps clients develop compliance programs for coping with U.S. sanctions and export controls, and advises on sanctions/export controls for their business involving sanctioned countries. David’s practice also covers the full spectrum of customs matters. He offers strategic and practical business solutions to exporters and importers in their long-term business planning. David is highly experienced in high-stake international trade investigations (i.e. antidumping, countervailing duty, safeguard, 337, 301) related to imports to U.S., EU, and PRC. His hands-on approach and ability to quickly understand clients’ business has consistently enabled him to obtain the most favorable results in complex trade cases.
Yingling Wei is a partner of JunHe and heading JunHe’s anti-trust practice group. Ms. Wei has over 23 years of experience in the PRC legal practice. Her main focus has been anti-trust, M&A and private equity investment. Since the effectiveness of the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law, Ms. Wei has represented multinational companies and Chinese companies in their merger control filings, advice on cartel, distribution and other AML compliance issues as well as multiple government investigation cases initiated by China AML enforcement agencies including NDRC, MOFCOM and SAIC. Ms. Wei has been invited by the foregoing agencies in formulating AML regulations frequently.