The Chinese market is appealing, but its legal environment is very complicated and full of nooses that await investors. This book intends to provide an in-depth analysis of the legal environment and its hidden risks for foreign investment. It covers two basic investment modes which are green-field and M and A, and almost all concrete legal issues including political risk, tax, land use rights, labor etc. Among them, three chapters focus on the legal system and its risks for the foreign investment in three special industries as private education, water market and insurance. The detailed analysis is based on the newest laws and regulations.In the same means, a presiding judge may solicit directions or orders from the vice president or president of the court in some extremely intricate cases. ... In this case, the judge does not have any substantial independence in making decisions. ... The four features of the government-like judicial system in China result in the trial panel not being able to independently make judicial decisions. ... For a long time, the committee takes on an extremely important role in Chinese judicial work.
|Title||:||The Legal Environment and Risks for Foreign Investment in China|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-03-08|