Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in China

Chinese courts have now begun to loose the criteria for recognizing and enforcing foreign judgments, so that China can better adapt to the trend of market opening, and increase the likelihood of Chinese judgments being recognized and enforced in foreign countries. Since 2017, China’s Supreme People’s Court has been sending such signal and is drafting special rules in this regard. China Justice Observer (CJO) maintains its focus on this field, and endeavors to share updates on the latest developments with the international community. In addition, Guodong Du, Founder of CJO, and his team are devoted to providing legal services for the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in China.