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China's Restricted Industries: Foreign Investment Regulations, Structures and Opportunities (Wiley Corporate F&A)-Ian K. Lewis

  • Title: China's Restricted Industries: Foreign Investment Regulations, Structures and Opportunities (Wiley Corporate F&A)
  • Author: Ian K. Lewis
  • Released: 2014-03-10
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  • Pages: 296
  • ISBN: 1118730542
  • ISBN13: 978-1118730546
  • ASIN: 1118730542

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A comprehensive and timely guide for foreign investors navigating China's murky legal and political environment

China can be a notoriously complex place to do business, particularly for foreign investors. In order to minimize risk and maximize prospects for success, investors need a thorough understanding of the not just business and legal issues, but also of a wide variety of social and political issues. The rules of business in China are constantly in flux and this book gives readers a clear view of all the moving parts investors must understand. Given China's economic and business liberalization and modernization over the last decade, it's tempting to assume that China will continue to open its industries to foreign investors. China's Restricted Industries argues that the country will likely become more selective in choosing industries to promote with little regard to what's fair for foreign investors. Despite this opening up of Chinese industries, its government remains deeply involved in Chinese business and industry. The goal for investors over the next decade will be to determine which industries and opportunities are likely to open or remain open and which are more likely to be closed off to foreign investors.

  • Examines the risks and potential rewards for foreign investors who want to invest in Chinese industries
  • Offers an in-depth look at the uncertainties, issues, and potential policy changes that effect foreign investment in China
  • Explores the broader policy objectives, industry background issues, and legal realities of investing in sensitive or restricted industries

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