BEIJING, April 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- LexisNexis and China Institute of Corporate Legal Affairs (CICLA) jointly released the "2015-2016 Survey Report on Chinese Enterprises Going Global" (click here to apply for Report's E-copy).
On January 16, 2016, the "2015-2016 Survey Report on Chinese Enterprises Going Global" was jointly released by LexisNexis, a worldwide legal information provider, and China Institute of Corporate Legal Affairs (CICLA) in Beijing.
Initiating the survey in August 2015, LexisNexis and CICLA spent five months in sending out questionnaires to hundreds of enterprises and selecting representative enterprises for in-depth interview. A total of 120 questionnaires were collected and most of the respondents were legal managers or above from enterprises or relevant institutions, including general counsels and general managers from the legal departments of nearly 40 large central SOEs. Thomas Tang, senior consultant of JunZeJun Law Offices, authored the report.
In the survey report, it made an analysis of macro political and economic background and micro corporate data and cases to summarize the course and characteristics of Chinese enterprises going global, drawing lessons and gaining experience, as well as provides guidance for enterprises going global.
At the press conference, Margaret Fung, Country Manager of LexisNexis expressed that the survey initiated the exploration of Chinese enterprises going global. Subsequently, LexisNexis and China Institute of Corporate Legal Affairs will work together to establish an exchange platform for Chinese enterprises going global and hold a series of forums on major issues and high risks summarized in the report.
Issuers of the Report
China Institute of Corporate Legal Affairs
China Institute of Corporate Legal Affairs is a platform for research into corporate legal affairs established by the Legal Daily Office. The Legal Daily is a state-owned newspaper under the supervision of the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission and it is recognized as a battlefield of public opinions for the Communist Party of China (CPC) and State's construction of democracy and legal system, the official mouthpiece of the CPC's political and legal frontline and the sole central legal daily newspaper published at home and abroad.
China Institute of Corporate Legal Affairs is committed to setting up the most influential exchange platform, cooperative platform and resource integration platform in Chinese corporate legal affairs circles, improving the strategic status of the department of legal affairs in a company, building a strong legal team, pooling resources, bringing the role of platform into full play, employing the editing and operating mode, raising brand value and reaping diversified profits.
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