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China Business Group
中国业务团队

Kensington Swan’s China Business Group is dedicated to meeting Chinese investors and companies needs Kensington Swan的中国业务团队的专长是满足中国投资者和企业的需要

Kensington Swan’s China Business Group is dedicated to meeting the needs of Chinese investors and companies operating within or entering the New Zealand market.
Kensington Swan的中国业务团队的专长是满足已驻在或准备进入新西兰市场的中国投资者和企业的需要。

We are experienced in working with Chinese organisations to manage their projects and interests in New Zealand. We have an in-depth understanding of the underlying policy, development strategy and long-term objectives driving Chinese enterprises to expand into an economically and politically stable market like New Zealand. We also assist New Zealand businesses looking to enter the Chinese market.
我们对于与中国机构合作极富经验,擅长处理它们在新西兰的项目和保护它们利益。我们深入了解到在经济和政治上稳定的市场如新西兰来扩充业务的中国企业的基础政策发展策略及长期目标。我们亦协助寻求进入中国市场的新西兰企业。

The Group brings together lawyers with expertise in commercial, hard assets (consenting, construction, sales and acquisitions), intellectual property, technology, ecommerce, employment, disputes, finance, insurance, insolvency, and personal asset services. We advise clients in Mandarin and Cantonese and have strong relationships with Chinese and international law firms and businesses in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Beijing.
该团队汇集精通商务硬资产(协议建设销售和收购)知识产权科技电子商务雇用争议金融保险破产以及个人资产服务的律师。我们以普通话和广东话向客户提供意见,亦与位于香港深圳广州上海和北京的中国及国际律师事务所和企业保持牢固的关系。

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Senior Counsel, Head of China Business, Auckland

+64 9 918 6213

heida.donegan@kensingtonswan.com

Chairman and Partner, Wellington

+64 4 498 0835

gerald.fitzgerald@kensingtonswan.com

Partner, Auckland

+64 9 914 7252

nicole.xanthopol@kensingtonswan.com

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