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March 2019

1st March - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions. To register to receive future updates, please click here.

November 2018

2nd November - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions.

August 2018

17th August - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions.

May 2018

20th May - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions.

February 2018

12th February - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions.

December 2017

18th December - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions.

November 2017

29th November - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions.


17th November - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions in connection to JQW, China Chaintek and Camkids Group.


13th November - A further update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions in connection to JQW, China Chaintek and Camkids Group.


8th November - A further update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions in connection to JQW.


6th November - An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions in connection to JQW.

August 2017

9th August - An email update has been sent to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions. To register to receive future updates, please click here.


4th August - China Resolutions was featured in an article in China Daily entitled "Initiative seeks to encourage more Chinese companies to list in London". Click here to read the story on the China Daily website.


3rd August - China Resolutions launched the China City Group initiative with a paper entitled "A Partnership to improve Corporate Governance between China and the UK", as a starting point towards three outcomes: increased use of the UK markets as a listing destination by Chinese companies, growth of international fund investment into Chinese companies and improvement of Chinese business standing in the international corporate arena. Click here to read more


3rd August - China Resolutions was featured in an article in City A.M. entitled "City figures launch initiative to encourage more Chinese firms to list in London by addressing corporate governance issues". Click here to read the story on the City A.M. website.


An article written by China Resolution's John McLean & Tim Clissold entitled "Successful negotiations for dispute resolution" was published in the China Business Handbook 2017/18 Edition produced by the China-British Business Council.

  • To read the article, Click here
  • Access the China Business Handbook 2017/18 Edition here

July 2017

An update has been emailed to all shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions in connection to JQW. To register to receive future updates, please click here.

June 2017

A press release was issued by the Board of Naibu Global Investment Company Plc to update it's shareholders on 22nd June 2017. To read the press release in full, click here.

May 2017

An update has been emailed to all JQW shareholders registered with ChinaResolutions.

January 2017

In early January, an open meeting was held with the Chinese Embassy in London to discuss the issues surrounding the Fujian 4. At the conclusion of the meeting, the Embassy requested that in order to assist in finding a solution, that we write a background letter setting out the circumstances: such a letter was delivered to the Embassy in mid-January. We will follow up with the Embassy, post Chinese New Year.

NEW CHAIR OF ADVISORY BOARD
China Resolutions is pleased to announce that Sir David Brewer KG, CMG, CVO has joined the advisory board as Chairman. David has been operating in China since 1981 and has been Lord Mayor of London in 2005-2006 and was Chairman of the China Britain Business Council (CBBC) from 2008 to 2014. To find out more about Sir David, click here

December 2016

Following various exchanges with Fujian CCPIT we have come to the conclusion that the agreed actions are not being pursued vigorously and as a consequence we are opening up other avenues through which we can apply pressure. It is worth noting that from our investigation that 3 of the Chinese operating entities (JQW, China Chaintek and Camkids) are still active in China. We will be returning to China after Chinese New Year.

November 2016

In late October Frank Li and John McLean of China Resolutions met with the Chairman of Fujian CCPIT (China Council for the Promotion of International Trade) to discuss the resolution of shareholder issues concerning the 'Fujian 4' companies (China Chaintek, Camkids, JQW and Naibu).

It was a positive meeting and the Chairman was willing to help and agreed to contact Quanzhou CCPIT (Jinjiang City is under the administration of Quanzhou City) to request their help with arranging meetings with the Chinese management. The meeting went as planned.

October 2016

The head of Fujian CCPIT has requested reports from his colleagues on the background to each of the companies.

September 2016

The Head of CCPIT (China Council for the Promotion of International Trade) for Fujian has been contacted, as has the Mayor of Jinjiang.

The Fujian government authorities have contacted the respective companies.

August 2016

A document has been submitted to the Fujian Vice Governor concerning the Fujian Companies.

This document has been received positively.

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China Resolutions is currently working to realise value on a number of projects under mandates from shareholders and/or directors of former AIM companies, including Naibu, China Chaintek, JQW and Camkids, (the "Fujian Companies"). In addition, China Resolutions has been hired by a number of former NASDAQ companies to resolve their issues in China and is also in discussions with a number of other overseas markets to provide a resolution.

The Fujian Companies had an approximate market capitalisation at the time of their AIM listing of £400 million and the NASDAQ companies had an equivalent value of in excess of $1 billion. Shareholders wishing to participate in our recovery program are invited to register below.