China’s market regulator has released four new sets of antitrust regulations, strenghthening the Anti-Monopoly Law and raising compliance obligations for companies.
We provide a general introduction of the tax liabilities of individual shareholders and corporate shareholders in equity transfer in China.
China’s M&A market is experiencing a period of cooling after a record year in 2021, due to the rising uncertainties in the international and domestic economic outlook. Under this climate, companies and investors have been looking to future-proof their assets and mitigate risks by investing in strategic and emerging industries.
In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we discuss the market outlook, regulatory trends, and SME strategies for M&A in China.
Restructuring Your China Business to Outperform in the New Normal – New Issue of China Briefing Magazine
In this edition of China Briefing Magazine, we walk foreign investors through the different considerations when restructuring their China businesses.
the MOC released the “Interim Regulations on Standards for Simple Cases (hereinafter referred to as ‘Regulations’)”, which sets out standards for simple merger cases that can be subject to a simplified clearance procedure. Detailed information can be found here.
China is attaching more importance to supporting company restructuring as well as mergers and acquisitions, hoping these business activities will help optimize the country’s resource distribution and push forward economic transition.
Seven new titles and one free book from Asia Briefing this month Oct. 20 – China Briefing has published over 200 English-language China legal and tax guides on the Asia Briefing Bookstore, ranging from 118 issues of China Briefing Magazine to 20 China legal book titles on everything from joint ventures to intellectual property rights, […]