Board Matters Quarterly, June 2014

Doing business in China

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In this issue:

Growth and reform in China: Excerpts of an interview with Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn
The Chinese economy continues to flourish, making China a focus for many companies. We talk to an expert on Chinese politics, economics and business about areas of risk, current reforms and possible opportunities.

Getting out front: proactive approaches to address bribery and corruption risks in China
Multinational companies (MNCs) must recognize and understand the bribery and corruption risks that exist in China. Enforcement of anti-bribery laws is mounting and China’s leaders are taking a tough stance. We summarize the proactive steps boards can take to maintain compliance.

Cybersecurity and IP theft in China: protecting your corporate assets
China has made addressing cybersecurity issues a top priority, but threats remain. Find out how boards and audit committees can play a role in addressing cyber and intellectual property (IP) risks in China.

FASB and IASB issue new revenue standard: planning for the transition
We provide an overview of the Boards’ new revenue standard and discuss implementation considerations.