Liquidating a China Business

Published: March 2007

The March issue of China Briefing deals with the liquidation process of a foreign invested enterprise in China, details the relevant legal administrative process, the formation of the liquidation committee, assessing liabilities, dealing with creditors and China's bankruptcy law.

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The March issue of China Briefing deals with the liquidation process of a foreign invested enterprise in China, details the relevant legal administrative process, the formation of the liquidation committee, assessing liabilities, dealing with creditors and China's bankruptcy law. It also assesses the risks of just walking away, and the responsibilities and liabilities of the company directors and shareholders. Written exclusively by Dezan Shira & Associates, the issue also highlights details of China's new labor law, inconsistencies in South China WFOE applications, the new Hangzhou-Shanghai bullet train project and an overview of the Chinese economy for 2007.

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