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Why China Deals Don’t Get Done. Part II, The Overseas Edition.

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Earlier this year, I did a post entitled, Buying A Chinese Company? Why China Deals DON’T Get Done.  In that post, I talked of how a very high percentage of the China deals on which my law firm represents the foreign buyer simply never happen. In our experience, a Chinese M & A deal is maybe… Continue Reading

Chinese Executions And China Courts

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China recently issued a new mandate requiring the Supreme People’s Court approval for all executions. I see this boding well for strengthening China’s judiciary. A year or so ago, I was on Fox News to discuss international jurisdiction issues arising from the Natalee Holloway murder case in Aruba. Before accepting this “gig,” I made very… Continue Reading

China Business: The Learning Curve Is Flatter

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If you are doing business in China and you are not reading Andrew Hupert’s Diligence China Blog [no longer exists], you are making a mistake. Plain and simple. Andrew Hupert is one of the best versed and straightest talking China business writers in the blogosphere and his China focused business blog is essential reading. He just did… Continue Reading

OECD Report On FDI In China

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the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) just released a report on foreign investment in China.  The OECD report focuses on China’s policies regarding cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and notes that though “some progress has been made” in easing the rules and regulations for cross-border mergers and acquisitions, still “more needs to be… Continue Reading