M.Ec., University of International Business & Economics.
J.D., Law School of University of International Business & Economics.
Visiting Scholar, George Washington University
Frank ZHANG has a strong background in international business and economics, his practice focuses on all aspects of WTO, international trade law and Customs law. He has been involved in numerous anti-dumping/ countervailing cases acting on behalf of companies throughout China and overseas. He also counsels clients on Chinese Customs matters involving import transactions, and on Chinese international trade policy involving investigation of market access and import competition.
Frank ZHANG acted as the legal counsel of the MOFCOM to draft and submit the legal comments on separate rate issues in US anti-dumping practice against non-market economy. He is also a key member of the legal team retained by the MOFCOM to represent Chinese government in countervailing investigations and WTO dispute settlement procedures as well as Doha Round negotiation on anti-dumping rules.
From 2013 to the present, Frank ZHANG has been continuously ranked as one of the Leading Individuals in China by the renowned rating agency Chambers Asia Pacific edition.
Co-author, “Improvement of China’s Legislation and Judicial System after the WTO Entry”, UIBE Press, 2007