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ISBN: 9789881934703

China Outbound Investments

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2011
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Paperback
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English
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9789881934703
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9881934702
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Contents
CHAPTER I: China Outbound Investments: Facts and Developments

CHAPTER II: China’s Outbound Investment Regime

• Introduction (Lutz-Christian Wolff, Chinese University of HK)
• Approval and Registration Requirements (Lutz-Christian Wolff, Chinese University of HK)
• Labor (Jun Dai, HHP Attorneys-at-Law)
• The Impact of the Anti-Monopoly Law (Mark Williams, Hong Kong PolyU)
• Financing (Jun Dai, HHP Attorneys-at-Law)
• QDII (Xi Chao, Chinese University of HK)
• Taxation (Michael To, Godfrey Ip, Mazars HK / Peter Law, Mazars Shanghai)
• Accounting (Julie Laulusa, Mazars Shanghai)

CHAPTER III: China Outbound Investments – General Topics

• Introduction (Lutz-Christian Wolff)
• Investment Modes, Investment Vehicles and Investment Restrictions (Lutz-Christian Wolff)
• Private Equity(Julian Lemor, Christian Schatz, SJ Berwin)
• Financing (Heiko Starrossom)
• IP (Oliver Buehr, SKW Schwarz Rechtsanwalte)
• IT (Oliver Buehr, SKW Schwarz Rechtsanwalte)
• Structuring Options: Merger and Competition Law Constraints (Marc Waha, Maxime Vanhollebeke, Norton Rose HK)
• International Investment Treaties and China Outbound Investments (Julien Chaisse, Chinese University of HK)
• Tax-optimized China Outbound Investment Structures (Bern Sagasser, Marccus Partners Paris/Michael To, Mazars HK)


CHAPTER IV: Country/Region Reports

• Introduction (Wolff) –

ASIA

• India (Ravi Nath, Rajinder Narain & Co.)
• General (investment climate; numbers re inbound investments in general and from China – if available)
• Government approval and registration requirements
• Investment vehicles (which forms are available/normally used? advantages/disadvantages?)
• M&A and merger control
• Financing
• Foreign exchange control
• Property law
• Intellectual property
• Labor law
• Investor liability
• Dispute settlement
• Tax
• Other important country/region-specific issues
• Appendix 1: Quoted laws and regulations
• Appendix 2: References
• This pattern to be repeated for each country on between 10 and 25 pages.
• Indonesia (Mabel M. Parengkuan, Mazars Indonesia)
• Japan (Nabuaki Iwashina, TMI Associates)
• Korea (Dr. Matthias Schleicher)
• Hong Kong (Cheng Hoo, Dennis Hie, John Eaton, Cheng Wong Lam & Partners)
• Macau (Pedro Cortes, Concalves Pereira, Rato, Ling, Vong & Cunha)
• Singapore (Gerry Gan, WongPartnership)

THE AMERICAS

• Canada (Lily Wang, Edward Wang, Rahim Esmail, Borden Ladner Gervais)
• Mexico (Samuel Chacon, Joaquin Rodriguez, Chacon Rodriguez)
• USA (Avner Ben-Gera, Christopher Paparella, Kristy Chattaway, Hughes Hubbard LLP,)

AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND

• Australia (Deborah Johns, Peter Leonhard, Gilbert + Tobin)
• New Zealand (David Boswell, Garth Landers, Bell & Gully)

EUROPE

• France (Christophe Clerc, Marccus Partners Paris)
• Germany (Norbert Knittlmayer & Wolfgang Sonnleitner, Marccus Partners)
• Italy (Francesco Pau, Studio Albertazzi)
• Netherlands (Jop Reijnders, Pellicaan Advocaten N.V./ Harm Kolen, Mazars.)
• UK (Christoph Maurer, Marccus Partners UK/ Barry Stimpson, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain)
• Spain (Angel Baena Aguilar, Jose Manual Calavia Molinero, Mazars)
• Russia (Julia Kouchnirenko, Mazars)
• Sweden (Anna Sundberg, White & Case)
• Switzerland (Schellenberg/Wittmer)

AFRICA

• South Africa/Africa (Kariem Hoosain, Mazars)


CHAPTER V: Bilingual Laws and Regulations (China) (CCH)

CHAPTER VI : About the Authors
Description
In the first half of 2010 Chinese direct outbound investments hit US$23 billion, with seven deals over US$ 1 billion. In fact, China's outbound investments are a hot topic around the globe.

CHINA OUTBOUND INVESTMENTS offers practical and authoritative guidance to Chinese investors and their advisors as well as to those located in actual and potential target countries of Chinese investments around the world. CHINA OUTBOUND INVESTMENTS provides:

• a structured and precise introduction to the law and practice of China outbound investment projects, including approval and registration requirements, anti-trust law, HR issues, taxation and accounting;
• a comprehensive discussion of general topics of importance in the context of cross-border investments, such as the discussion of structuring options, tax planning, outbound related IT and IP issues as the importance of investment treaty networks;
• a unique compilation of 23 country reports from law firms around the world addressing their home jurisdictions' inbound investment regimes; and
• a compilation of bilingual PRC laws and regulations governing China outbound investments.

CHINA OUTBOUND INVESTMENTS is unrivalled in terms of the comprehensiveness of the areas covered in great detail and the practical approach taken by the different authors.

Features & Benefits
 A broad coverage of information concerning China outbound M&A gives a good overview of target countries
 Important topics such as tax planning and how to optimize the tax structure in over 23 countries is seldom found in one dedicated source. (except in CCH South Asia’s Tax Planning and Compliance Guide on 10 countries)
 Bilingual legislation
 Case analysis
 Commentary
 Step by step guide

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