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ジョーンズ・デイ・アラート:メキシコ、深海区域開発についての入札
メキシコの国営企業であるPemex及びメキシコ国家炭化水素委員会(Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos)は、2016年7月27日にPemexと共同で超深海区域であるTrion Blockの開発を行うオӢ
United States
5 Aug 2016
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How To Contain Construction Disputes
All that is necessary is an environment where relevant experts (internal or external) are free to focus on remedying the defects.
Worldwide
29 Dec 2015
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Chinese Government Issues Opinions On Construction Industry Development And Reform
In the Opinions, MOHURD anticipates the evolution of the national construction market in a "unified, open, competitive and orderly" manner.
China
13 Mar 2015
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Trends In Prompt Payment Acts Governing Private Construction Contracts
Prompt Payment Acts, which the federal government and many states have enacted, generally provide legal recourse against owners or contractors who fail to meet payment obligations required by construction contracts.
United States
20 Mar 2013
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Coordinating Employers, Contractors, And Subcontractors On Construction Projects In Hong Kong: The Legal And Practical Consequences
An issue that often plagues large-scale construction work is the need to juggle when and how different contractors and subcontractors carry out their works on the same site.
Hong Kong
8 Mar 2011
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China´s Construction Industry Comes Under The Microscope
The construction industry in China has grown side by side with the Chinese economy, and the recent RMB 4 trillion (US$593 billion) government stimulus package has helped to fuel this growth in construction and infrastructure development.
China
9 Sep 2009
7
Recent Trends In The Chinese Architectural And Engineering Design Industry And New Opportunities For Foreign Designers
The Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development ("MOHURD") convened a national survey and engineering design working conference for its directors on May 20, 2009.
China
25 Jun 2009
8
Conflicting Legal Regimes Governing Construction Project Management In China
With China's continuing economic development, an increasing number of foreign companies wish to participate in the Chinese construction market, and a considerable number of foreign companies are in fact engaged in construction and design activities in China.
China
5 May 2009
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China´s New Administrative Regulation On Prepaid Corporate Income Tax For Real Estate Developers
On April 7, 2008, the State Administration of Taxation ("SAT") issued a circular governing provisional Corporate Income Tax ("CIT") payment issues for real estate developers [Guo Shui Han (2008) No. 299] ("Circular 299"), which is retrospectively effective from January 1, 2008.
China
18 Jun 2008
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UK
23 May 2008
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The Impact Of The New "Super Ministries" Announced By China And How This Affects The Construction Industry
On March 11 it was announced that China will create five new "super ministries." The goal of this move is to streamline the bureaucracy, clarify conflicting responsibilities, and curb corruption.
China
27 Mar 2008
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Impact Of Recent Restrictions On Foreign Investors In The Chinese Real Estate Market
China is experiencing rapid development, and the real estate and construction industries are playing a vital role. Recently, the Vice Minister of the Ministry of Construction ("MOC"), Qi Ji, indicated that these two industries constitute more than 10 percent of the national economy.
China
18 Mar 2008
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The Impact Of The WTO On China´s Construction, Engineering, And Design Industries: Five Years Of Change And Challenges For Foreign Companies
China's construction industry is a mainstay of the Chinese economy, and in recent years it has undergone unprecedented growth.
China
3 Apr 2007
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PRC Construction Law - A Guide For Foreign Companies, CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business
China is one of the biggest construction markets in the world. The Beijing 2008 Olympics, the Shanghai 2010 World Expo, the Western Development Strategy and National Housing Reform all provide enormous opportunities for foreign companies interested in China's construction industry.
China
16 Oct 2006
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Cultural Design Collision—China’s Ministry Of Construction Investigates Foreign Companies Involved In China’s Construction Industry
The world is becoming a smaller place, and when global meets local, conflicts and collisions are often the result. We can see just such a global vs. local collision in a notice issued by the Chinese Ministry of Construction ("MOC") on September 6, 2006.
China
2 Oct 2006
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PRC Ministry of Construction Issues Draft of Qualification Standards for Construction Engineering General Contracting Special Grade
On May 9, 2006, the Ministry of Construction ("MOC") for the People’s Republic of China issued a draft of its Qualification Standards for Construction Engineering General Contracting Special Grade for public consultation (the "Draft Standards").
China
14 Jul 2006
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China’s Ministry of Construction Issues Administrative Regulation for Foreign-Invested Construction Services Enterprises
A draft regulation entitled "Administrative Regulation for Foreign-Invested Construction Services Enterprises" was issued and published by the Ministry of Construction ("MOC") on September 19, 2005 for consultation until October 15, 2005.
China
24 Oct 2005
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China’s Ministry of Construction Issues Standard Forms of Guarantee for Construction Works
On May 18, 2005, the Ministry of Construction ("MOC") launched 10 standard guarantee forms on its web site for a trial run.
China
26 Jul 2005
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The Art of Construction Project Management in China
Until December 1, 2004, project management services in China were largely unregulated. That is not to say that they were not being performed effectively and efficiently, but rather that the Ministry of Construction ("MOC") did not take an active interest in these services.
China
2 Feb 2005
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A Revised Construction Law For China
On August 27, 2004, the People’s Republic of China ("PRC" or "China") Ministry of Construction ("MOC") issued a letter soliciting comments on a draft of a revised Construction Law.
China
7 Oct 2004
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