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RMB bond issue in Hong Kong (a.k.a. A delicious Dim Sum offering!) challenges to Hong Kong part 5

  • Dorsey & Whitney LLP
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  • China, Hong Kong, USA
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  • February 17 2014

Foreign and Chinese companies seeking to access the renminbi ("RMB") bond market can now raise capital without time-consuming IPOs, rights issuances

Safe Circular 19 provides new operating instructions on foreign exchange administration for round-trip investment in China

  • Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
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  • China, USA
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  • July 18 2011

On May 20, China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange issued the "Operating Instructions on Foreign Exchange Administration for Domestic Residents Engaging in Financing and Round-tripping Investment via Overseas Special Purpose Vehicles" (Circular 19), which came into effect on July 1

Recent developments for the fourth quarter 2011

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • Canada, China, Denmark, European Union, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA
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  • March 15 2012

The end of the year and beginning of a new year is always a busy time for us, as it is for most of our clients

What the future holds for china’s VIE

  • Kaye Scholer LLP
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  • China, USA
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  • September 25 2012

Two recent and noteworthy events in the US and China cause one to ponder what the future holds for the variable interest entity (VIE), an ingenious creation which, for the past decade, has been widely used to attract eager foreign capital, because it seems to have overcome certain People's Republic of China (PRC) regulatory hurdles facing foreign investors while cleverly using US and international accounting standards that would inject financial life in to offshore companies even though such offshore companies do not own an equity stake in the Chinese operations