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SAFE Eases Its Grip On Foreign Exchange Control Over FDI And M&A
The exchange controls relating to foreign direct investments will be greatly simplified as of 17 December 2012.
Netherlands
14 Dec 2012
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China's 2011 Foreign Investment Industrial Guidance Catalogue
In order to bring foreign investments into close alignment with China's policy goals, the Foreign Investment Industrial Guidance Catalogue ("Catalogue"), jointly issued by China's National Development and Reform Commission ("NDRC") and Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM"), was most recently amended on 24 December 2011.
China
27 Jan 2012
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MOFCOM Conditionally Approves Uralkali's Merger With Silvinit After Anti-Monopoly Review
Foreign companies involved in non-Chinese mergers need to be aware of scrutiny by the Chinese anti-monopoly authority MOFCOM and possible conditional measures that can be imposed, especially if the merged companies provide key raw materials to China.
China
31 Oct 2011
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China Implements A Permanent National Security Review On Inbound M&A
China's temporary national security review ("NSR") on inbound M&A transactions became permanent on 1 September 2011.
China
31 Oct 2011
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RMB Denominated Funds For Foreign Private Equity Investment In China
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.
China
12 Jul 2011
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China Introduces New Measure To Encourage Outbound Investment
The Chinese government recently issued new rules to facilitate the approval procedure for the increasing outbound investments by Chinese companies.
China
12 Jul 2011
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