Corporate Law in China - Structure, Governance and Regulation

Corporate Law in China - Structure, Governance and Regulation

Shen Wei

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$395.33 RRP + GST

Date: 30/12/2014

Code: 9789626614365

SMA BKS, HONG KONG

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Description

Corporate Law in China – Structure, Governance and Regulation examines the latest 2013 amendments to the PRC Company Law, which is considered by many as a milestone in China’s quest for what is thought to be an eventual consolidation of one single corporate law regime, applicable to domestic entities, as well as foreign invested enterprises.

Provides a comprehensive and critical study of China’s corporate law regime and the newly revised PRC Company law

• Includes an in-depth analysis of the two main types of corporations in China: Limited Liability Companies and Joint Stock Companies

Highlights the amendments made to the Company Law in 2013, including:

• New corporate finance rules abolishing the paid-in capital

• Minimum registered capital

• Installment of registered capital contribution

• Restriction on the percentage of contribution in cash

• Creation of a capital subscription system

• New practices in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone

Authored by:

• Shen Wei — KoGuan Chair Professor of Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan Law School; Global Professor of Law, New York University School of Law