Mergers and Acquisitions in China: Law and Practice

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Aspen Pub, 2007 - Law - 462 pages
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China's rise as the most important global M&A market and the almost
dramatic increase of Chinese outbound M&A activities signals a sea change of
opportunities and pitfalls. As witnessed by the landmark deal between Lenovo
and computer giant IBM in 2005, M&A transactions are expected to gather pace
as China prepares itself to become an economic superpower.
While the central government has somewhat revamped opaque regulations,
Mergers & Acquisitions in China: Law and Practice lends much needed
clarity by providing a structured introduction to the legal aspects of China's
M&A regime. Author Lutz-Christian Wolff of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
discusses various aspects of M&A in their practical context, particularly
drawing out hidden intricacies and how to deal with them from the viewpoint of
foreign investors.
The first comprehensive book on this topic Mergers & Acquisitions in China:
Law and Practice tackles head-on topics such as due diligence, structuring
options, M&A activity by diverse players in various targets, as well as
anti-trust, tax and labour issues.It includes comprehensive references and
bilingual versions of the most important M&A-related laws and regulations that
will turn savvy foreign investors into more astute dealmakers.

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