Corporate Disclosure and Corporate Governance in China

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Kluwer Law International B.V., Jan 1, 2010 - Business & Economics - 348 pages
This timely and highly informative book provides, for the first time, comprehensive research on corporate governance in China, with detailed attention to the formation and reform of its corporate disclosure laws and regulations. The author describes the nature of the many breaches of disclosure laws and rules in the two decades or so of the history of China's securities market and the pressures within the relevant government agencies confronting the problem. As a detailed analysis of the Chinese corporate disclosure regime that has emerged during the period of China's economic transition since the 1990s, this incomparable book will be of great interest to legal researchers, policymakers, and legal practitioners working with business investments in China.
 

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Contents

Chapter
2
Chapter
4
Development in the PRC
12
Introduction
17
Chapter 3
33
Gatekeepers in the Chinese Securities Market
79
Chapter 5
127
Chapter 6
175
Regulatory Bodies in Other Countries
206
Suffered Losses
219
of Australian Securities Regulatory Regime
258
in Disclosure Regulation
290
Chapter 8
303
Bibliography
319
Index
345
Copyright

Takeover of the Shares of Susanshan Company
203

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