You are entitled to claim compensation for loss and the agreed liquidated damages, and may under some circumstances receive a punitive damages award.
International Trade Law 国际贸易法
CTD 101 Series: Do I Have the Legal Right (Standing) To Sue When a China-Related Trade Dispute Arises?
As long as you are ‘directly affected’ pursuant to Chinese law, you may file a lawsuit with the court.
You need to identify the address of the person or business you want to sue when preparing and filing a complaint before Chinese courts.
You need to know whom you can sue and then identify its legal name in Chinese.
YES, as long as the transaction is for business purposes rather than for consumption purposes, as a local Chinese court rules in Yang v. Yucheng Huayu Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (2021).
The General Administration of Customs amended the Annotations on Commodities and Items under the Import and Export Tariff (2017 Edition).
Shanghai Municipal Government issued the Implementation Plan for the Pilot Program of Comprehensively Deepening the Innovation and Development of Trade in Services in Shanghai.
The Ministry of Commerce and the General Administration of Customs adjusted the Catalog of Prohibited Commodities for Processing Trade.
Premier Li Keqiang stated that China will implement related rules as soon as possible to ensure the smooth implementation of the agreement.