China company law guide, Volume 2

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Kluwer Law International, 2005 - Law - 1260 pages
Written by an expert team comprised of Chinese practitioners, a securities regulator, and a law professor, this authoritative guide offers non-Chinese lawyers and business people a clear understanding of the law governing the conduct of businesses in China today. The authors explore the practical application of laws that are encountered on a daily basis, as well as their theoretical foundations, The book provides systematic analyses of: " general rules of incorporation and registration" limited liability companies" companies limited by shares" listing of shares and listed companies" corporate governance" financial accounting and reporting" corporate bonds" mergers and subdivisions" insolvency, dissolution, and liquidation" foreign company branches and foreign investment holding companies

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REPUBLIC OF CHINA 1360010
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