Category: State-Owned Enterprises

State-Owned Enterprises and Anti-Corruption Enforcement

Anti-Corruption Enforcement and State-Owned Enterprises: Understand Unique Risks and Incentivize Compliance State-owned enterprises (SOEs, including sovereign wealth funds) are prominent players in international business. Given their ownership, SOEs have garnered scrutiny for their...

China’s One Belt One Road Could Disrupt U.S. Legal Dominance

On May 14, 2017, President Xi Jinping of China outlined plans to fund China's One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative. If successful, OBOR would alter the global trade landscape and, secondarily, likely curtail the...

Identifying UAE “Foreign Officials” for Anti-Corruption Compliance Purposes

  Companies and other organizations doing business in the UAE or with enterprises owned in part by a UAE Government party at any level (e.g., the federal/union government or a government of one...

After Election 2016: 5 Legal and Business Issues to Watch in 2017

Download Infographic The dismantling of Obama-era laws and regulations, broader deregulation, and economic and political nationalism were and remain themes of the 2016 U.S. Election and presidential transition period. Donald Trump and members...

Proposals to Curb Foreign Investment in the United States May Be Gaining Steam After the U.S. Election

Pre- and Post-Election Scrutiny of Foreign Investment in the United States, Particularly by Chinese and Other State-Owned Enterprises Major acquisitions of U.S. businesses by foreign firms have in recent years garnered increasing attention...