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China Joint Ventures. Watching The Sausage Get Made.

Posted in Legal News

Not sure why (the still bad economy?) but my law firm has been getting a rash of China joint venture deals and possible deals over the last six months or so.  Many of these have involved a United States company that wants to enter into a Joint Venture with its China manufacturer so as to… Continue Reading

ISS China Corporate Governance Webcast — June 6 And June 7

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On June 6 and June 7, the Institutional Investors Shareholders Services (ISS) will be putting on a webcast discussing their findings from a couple reports they published a month or so ago entitled “Institutional Shareholder Services 2006 Global Investor Study,” which included their special report, “China — The Next Corporate Governance Hotspot.” According to the… Continue Reading

Institutional Investors Seek Greater Corporate Transparency From China Companies

Posted in China Business, Legal News

The Institutional Shareholder Services 2006 Global Investor Study was just published and it includes a special report on China, entitled, “China — The Next Corporate Governance Hotspot.”  According to the ISS, this study “reflects the collective voice of the institutional investor worldwide and is unprecedented in scale and scope, with over 300 institutions across 18… Continue Reading

China Corporate Governance Slowly Improving

Posted in Legal News

International Corporate Governance Blog just ran a post entitled, “Corporate Governance in China Improving Slowly.”  The post cites a just released report from the Institute of International Finance, concluding that China has made substantial strides in corporate governance of its publicly traded companies since the Institute’s last report in 2003. This institute is made up… Continue Reading