The Law and Practice of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Peoples Republic of China

Hardcover | October 25, 2007

bySeung Chong

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Mergers and acquisitions in China are becoming increasingly relevant to practitioners both in and outside of China as a secondary MandA market in China develops and as an increasing number of global MandA deals have a China component. In addition, there are increasing opportunities for privateequity and other financial investors.In this new book, Seung Chong gives a full account of practical issues arising in mergers and acquisitions in China as well as providing substantive commentary on relevant legal principles. He draws together overarching issues such as transaction structure and process, merger control and governmentapprovals while giving references to international practice throughout, resulting in a practice-oriented and extremely accessible text.

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Mergers and acquisitions in China are becoming increasingly relevant to practitioners both in and outside of China as a secondary MandA market in China develops and as an increasing number of global MandA deals have a China component. In addition, there are increasing opportunities for privateequity and other financial investors.In thi...

Seung Chong is partner at White and Case, Hong Kong and specialises in securities, corporate finance and PRC related transactions. This is the author's first extensive writing project and he has published articles in various academic amd commercial journals.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:504 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 1.64 inPublished:October 25, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199277990

ISBN - 13:9780199277995

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Table of Contents

Part II.1. Transaction Structure and ProcessI.2. Terms of a Sale and Purchase AgreementI.3. Public AquisitionsI.4. Merger ControlPart IIII.1. Sale InterestII.2. Interests in SubsidiariesII.3. Legal and RegulatoryII.4. Contracts and Financial ArrangementsII.5. PropertiesII.6. Assets and Intellectual PropertyII.7. EmployeesII.8. Litigation and InsolvencyII.9. Environment

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"The definitive text on the complex area of M&A law in China" --Simon Chung, Senior Counsel, International Finance Corporation, Beijing "Great insight into the environment and practices of M&A transactions in China." -Xu Chen, Senior Counsel, Cargill China "Clear, practical and illuminating, Mr. Chong's treatise makes sense of an increasingly complex subject. It is sure to become the standard reference work on Chinese M&A law. A singular achievement." -Michael J. Moser, Chairman, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre "A powerful tool for China transaction lawyers." -Gordon Gao, Fangda Partners