China Practice 中国业务
Meitar is proud to offer its clients over 25 years of proven experience bridging the geographic and cultural divide between Israel and China. Our hands-on experience allows us to help our clients realize economic and commercial benefits, and spans all industries, including high-tech, Internet, medical devices, biotechnology, clean-tech and green technologies, water treatment, textile, agriculture, optics, chemicals, education, food, pharmaceuticals, retail, automotive and more.
As a leading law firm in Israel, Meitar is a sought-after partner for Chinese corporations and individuals doing business, or wishing to do business, in Israel. Meitar proactively represents their interests in Israel, and helps expand their economic and commercial ties in the region.
We have extensive experience in introducing Chinese companies to the legal and cultural aspects of doing business in Israel, as well as to business and investment opportunities.
We have unique expertise in representing Chinese investors in investment and M&A transactions with Israeli companies, and in representing Israeli companies in transactions with Chinese companies, including investment and M&A transactions, as well as joint ventures and other commercial agreements.
Yoav Sade, the head of our China team, is a well-known and sought-after commentator and lecturer on cross-border transactions between Israel and China. Yoav serves as Vice Chairman of the Israel-China-Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce.
Pengyuan Hu is a member of Meitar’s China team. Pengyuan assists clients in various business transactions between Israel and China, including transactions related to investments and M&A.
To ensure that clients receive the professional assistance they need, we have established cooperation arrangements with leading law firms in China and we also work regularly with several other Chinese law firms, rather than limiting options to just one or two, in order to tailor the right solution for each client. This flexibility ensures the perfect match for every need, both in terms of rates and specialization.