News Download Vinge’s China or Business in Sweden Apps

November 24, 2011

Vinge has launched two new apps, one for iPhone which contains advice primarily for Swedish citizens wanting to do business in China, and another for Android which contains advice and guidance for Chinese citizens but also other nationalities, wishing to do business in Sweden.

Both apps are free and can be downloaded from the App Store and Android Market. Vinge China (iPhone) is in English and Business in Sweden (Android) is available in both English and Chinese.

The apps are new and are intended for Swedish and Chinese businesses. The apps contain practical and useful information – a legal “quick guide”.

Quick guide to the apps 

The apps include, among other things:

  • A knowledge section providing a description of the practice areas in which Vinge’s Swedish and Chinese lawyers can advise clients in both countries;
  • Business in China or Business in Sweden contain a long list of areas and topics in which Vinge’s lawyers provide business advice;
  • Links containing links to trade organisations, embassies, consulates, media sources and official facts about the countries including maps as well as  cultural and language information;
  • Contacts with contact information for Vinge’s lawyers who are responsible for the China practice at the offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö.

 

Download the apps here

Vinge China

Business in Sweden

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