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Securities Regulation in China

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ISBN13: 9781571051721
ISBN: 1571051724
New Edition ISBN: 9780754647829
Published: December 2000
Publisher: Transnational Publishers, Inc
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £118.00

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Dr Zhu Sanzhu offers a thorough account of the tortuous passage of China from an experimental securities market, subject to regional and local or ministerial regulation, to a full-fledged national securities law. China has conducted its securities experiments within a limited private and quasi-private sector, not linking them, as has been true in Central and Eastern Europe, to the rapid privatisation of the instruments and means of production. The capital markets in China are, for certain actors in the economy, a test of economic performance, economic efficiency, and public confidence. The book examines China's emerging securities market and regulatory system, including the scope of regulation, institutional structure, and the regulation of public offerings and the secondary securities market. It also describes the regulation of foreign participation and the internationalisation of the securities market.

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Other Jurisdictions , China
Part 1 China's emerging securities market and regulatory system: economic reform and emergence of securities market; development of regulatory framework; opening up of China's securities market; China's securities regulation in transition; international dimension.
Part 2 Scope of regulation: legal definition of securities; securities business; territorial element; comparison with certain other jurisdictions.
Part 3 Institutional structure: securities commissions; government departments; People's Bank of China; self-regulatory organizations; who will regulate the regulators?.
Part 4 Regulation of the public offerings of securities: incorporation; public offerings of securities; listing of securities; dispute resolution.
Part 5 Regulation of secondary securities market: disclosure by listed companies; other aspects of continuing obligations; takeovers of listed companies; maintaining integrity of securities trading market.
Part 6 Regulation of foreign participation in China's securities market: regulation of domestically-listed foreign invetment shares; overseas listing of Chinese companies; access of foreign securities firms to China's securities market; prospects for liberalization.
Part 7 Internationalization of China's securities market and adaptation of foreign securities law: experience with listing Chinese companies in Hong Kong; future regulatory harmonization between China and Hong Kong; adaptation of foreign securities laws.
Part 8 Socialist ideologies and regulation of China's securities market: socialist public ownership; socialist economic planning; role of state regulatory authorities; government policies and securities law.
Part 9 Investor protection: unified national securities law; implementation and enforcement of securities law; balance between too much and too little regulation; strong and efficient regulator.
Part 10 Aspects of 1998 Securities Law of the People's Republic of China: scope of the law; securities commission and self-regulatory organization; regulation of public offering of securities; regulation of secondary securities market; 1998 securities law and future development of securities regulation in China 2000; 1998 Securities Law of the People's Republic of China.