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China Business Law Journal - March 2012

Volume 3, Issue 3

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The MO for M&A in Norway, Arne Didrik, Tormod Ludvik Nilsen

The MO for M&A in Norway

By Tormod Ludvik Nilsen; Arne Didrik Kjørnæs and Geir Sviggum, Wikborg Rein
Revisions target liability of foreign enterprises that harm environment, Wang Jihong, Shi Jie

Revisions target liability of foreign enterprises that harm environment

By Wang Jihong and Shi Jie, V&T Law Firm
Foreign investors eyeing production enterprises need to tread carefully, Dorothy Xing, Tina Tang

Foreign investors eyeing production enterprises need to tread carefully

By Dorothy Xing and Tina Tang, Concord & Partners
New Australian price disclosure prohibitions take effect in June, Michael Sheng

New Australian price disclosure prohibitions take effect in June

By Michael Sheng and Alice Muhlebach, Ashurst

In the driver’s seat

Sinopec's general counsel

Tax targets

Tax authorities will be taking more stringent measures to intensify inspection efforts

In this issue
Regulations bid to clean up unclear bidding procedures

Regulations bid to clean up unclear bidding procedures

By Wang Jihong and Zhang Xiaofeng, V&T Law Firm
Weighing Weibo’s copyright issues

Weighing Weibo’s copyright issues

By Wang Yadong and Zhang Jing, Run Ming Law Office
Top-tier bargains

Top-tier bargains

Europe for sale: Top-tier bargains

Look into our crystal ball

Look into our crystal ball

The key legal issues in China in 2012

政府阐明油气业外国投资政策

Australia’s foreign investment policies clarified for oil and gas sector

By Michael Sheng and James Bruining, Ashurst
Do the homework before your company merger in South Africa

Do the homework before your company merger in South Africa

By Robert Gad and Janel Strauss, Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs
New rules for arbitration game

New rules for arbitration game

Changing the game of arbitration

LOI or MOU?

By Andrew Godwin
MNCs: select your advisors carefully

MNCs: select your advisors carefully

By Raphael Li, Martin Hu & Partners
Beric-John-Croome-Edward-Nathan-Sonnenbergs

South Africa seeks OECD blessing with San Marino tax agreement

By Beric John Croome, Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs

China Business Law Journal – March 2012

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