Chiomenti on EU Law Updates and their impact on China business at CIIF


The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to announce that CICC member Chiomenti, will hold a seminar about EU Law Updates and their impact on China's business on September 20.

The seminar will be held at the China International Industry Fair (CIIF) happening at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC) in Hongqiao. This will be the 23rd CIIF, one of the largest and most influential fairs in China and Asia, which will be held Sept. 19-23.

Please click here to register to the seminar.

To participate, don't forget to register for the fair as well, you will immediately receive the badge that will allow you access to the fair.


Event details

What: EU Law Updates and their impact on China's business.

When: Sept. 20, 15:30-16:30 Beijing time.

Where: Lounge at the Italian Pavilion of the China International Industry Fair, Hall 1.1 New Energy Auto Show.

Venue: National Exhibition & Convention Center (NECC) 国家会展中心(上海.

Address: No. 333, Songze Avenue, Shanghai上海市崧泽大道333号.



About the speakers

Sara Marchetta, Resident Partner in China, Chiomenti.

Sara Marchetta has been living and working in China for more than 20 years. She joined Chiomenti Law Firm (a major Italian Firm) in 2008 and became a partner in 2011.
Sara Marchetta mainly assists Chinese and Italian clients in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, cross-border contracts (joint Ventures, technology transfers), corporate governance, shareholders’ agreements, and corporate affairs, including a focus on CSR and ESG matters. She was involved in the assistance for the major Chinese investments into Italy and she regularly advises a number of Italian MNCs in their cross-border investments into China, including corporate and legal affairs in the Hong Kong S.A.R. and expansion projects to South-East Asia.


Isabella Perego, Partner, Chiomenti.

Isabella Perego mainly deals with EU law and regulated sectors, including inter alia electronic communications and media. Her practice also includes competition law and State aids with a specific focus on transport infrastructure and services, Internal Market, public procurements and concessions, EU institutional matters, data protection, namely in the information technology sector, as well as environmental and consumer law. Isabella regularly advises and represents Italian and international clients before the EU Commission, as well as before the Italian independent authorities and jurisdictions.Isabella has significant litigation expertise before the Court of Justice and the General Court of the EU, both in direct actions and preliminary ruling proceedings.


Guido Bellitti, Partner, Chiomenti.

Guido Bellitti mainly deals with EU Law, with a specific focus on EU and national competition law. His practice includes State aid, Foreign Subsidies, Internal Market, public procurement and concessions, environmental and consumer law, as well as EU sectorial regulations concerning inter alia media, electronic communications, energy, and transport, as well as EU international sanctions regime.In the aforementioned sectors, Guido advised several companies on EU and national matters, also representing them in connection with proceedings before the EU Commission (regarding cartels, abuse of dominance and merger control), in judicial proceedings before the Court of Justice and the General Court of the EU, as well as - at the national level - before ordinary and administrative courts and the independent regulatory authorities (namely Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni).In 2023 he has been ranked as "EU and competition law Leading Individual” for Italy by The Legal 500.



About the seminar

Two legal experts from Chiomenti's Rome and Brussels offices will discuss recent European regulations and policies that will be relevant to manufacturing activities in China, both for Chinese suppliers and for subsidiaries of European companies in China.
Isabella Perego, a Partner from Chiomenti in Brussels, will introduce new European regulations and proposed directives that will impact how European headquarters manage supplies from China, both in terms of sustainability reporting and supply chain governance and due diligence. Companies' internal policies, their manufacturing operations in China, and their relationships with local suppliers will need to be updated based on the revised sustainability reporting and due diligence requirements.
Guido Bellitti, a Partner from Chiomenti in Milan, will talk about the foreign subsidy regulations.
It is important to be aware of the new and upcoming rules in order to be best prepared in China.
The event will be moderated by Sara Marchetta, Resident partner in China at Chiomenti Studio Legale.


About Chiomenti


A deep knowledge of the law and an international vision have always been the Firm's distinguishing features. Since Pasquale Chiomenti founded the firm in 1948, Chiomenti has always been able to put its independence and legal expertise at the service of businesses and institutions.
Chiomenti has always worked to ensure that businesses and institutions achieve their most complex goals while complying with current laws, thanks to a team of professionals organized to enhance a multiplicity of skills. 300 professionals with a common goal: hard work and dedication to achieving excellence, which have characterized our firm since its inception. These principles, together with our innovative and constructive approach, enable us to provide our clients with integrated, multidisciplinary advice, helping them seize opportunities through a comprehensive understanding of the myriad legal complexities that influence their business decisions.
The excellence and commitment of our professionals is demonstrated by the types of transactions we have worked on and the contribution we have made to the growth and market positioning of the companies and institutions we have assisted.
Chiomenti's clients include leading Italian and foreign industrial, banking, insurance and financial groups. Chiomenti has always advised leading Italian public institutions, foreign governments and public authorities, and international organizations.






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