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Beijing

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Our office in Beijing is a sector-focused hub specialising across many sectors, particularly lifesciences, energy, technology, media & communications (TMC) and financial services.

The Beijing team works alongside legal and sector specialists, to provide comprehensive advice on the legal framework governing business in China, particularly: regulatory, intellectual property protection, anti-bribery & corruption, commercial and employment contracts and dispute resolution.

We also advise you on how best to establish/joint venture/partner in China and how to better structure investment vehicles and expatriation of profits in China, including tax, transfer pricing and foreign exchange.

If you do business in Beijing and are looking for legal support, please reach out to us via our online contact form or give us a call.

Together with our Shanghai office, our team of more than 30 lawyers from the People’s Republic of China, Germany, the UK and Poland, have in-depth knowledge and understanding of the Chinese legal and regulatory systems, to provide international companies and Chinese enterprises with commercial and solution driven advice and support for your strategic investments both in and outside of China. 

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Directions

The Beijing office is located in the Central Business District (CBD).

From the airport
Taxi
The journey from Beijing Capital Airport takes 30-40 minutes.‬‬

Bus‬‬
Travel on the Civil Aviation bus to Fang Zhuang and disembark at Baijiazhuang station. From Baijiazhuang station, walk along Dongsanhuan North Road for about 210 meters and turn left before reaching China Youth Plaza.

Subway (Airport Express)
Travel on the Airport Express to Sanyuanqiao and transfer to subway line 10 for your final destination to Tuanjiehu. At Tuanjiehu, exit at letter D. The office is a five minute walk from Tuanjiehu. ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

Train (Beijing Railway Station)
Travel on subway line 2 to Chaoyangmen, transfer to line 6 and travel to Hujialou before transferring to line 10 for your final destination Tuanjiehu. At Tuanjiehu, exit at letter D. The office is a five minute walk from Tuanjiehu. ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

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Location

CMS China
Beijing Representative Office
Room 1909, China Youth Plaza No. 19 Dongsanhuan North Road
Chaoyang District, Beijing 100026
China
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