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Hong Kong Stock Exchange looking to ease rules for secondary listings

Hong Kong - June 1 2011 The Hong Kong Stock Exchange ("HKEx") raised USD 57.4 billion with 87 IPOs in 2010, making it the world's leading stock exchange in 2010 for funds raised....

Rachel Li, Geert Potjewijd, Jiajia Gao.


China criminalises the bribery of foreign officials

China - June 1 2011 The Eight Amendment of the PRC Criminal Law (the "Amendment"), recently adopted by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China, adds a paragraph to article 164 that prohibits giving money or property to an official of a foreign government or international public organisation with the purpose to obtain unjustified commercial benefits....

Rachel Li, Geert Potjewijd, Jiajia Gao.


China introduces new measure to encourage outbound investment

China - June 1 2011 The Chinese government recently issued new rules to facilitate the approval procedure for the increasing outbound investments by Chinese companies....

Rachel Li, Geert Potjewijd, Jiajia Gao.


RMB denominated funds for foreign private equity investment in China

China - June 1 2011 The Implementing Measures for the Pilot Program of Foreign-Invested Equity Investment Enterprises (the "Shanghai Measures") promulgated by the Shanghai government in early 2011 mark an important change in China's policy towards foreign funded private equity investment in China....

Rachel Li, Geert Potjewijd, Jiajia Gao.


Bad faith registration of trademarks and domain names in China

China - March 10 2011 The PRC Trademark Law is undergoing its third revision, and "bad faith registration of trademarks" is one of the most discussed topics in the process....

Geert Potjewijd, Jiajia Gao.