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2016 Mergers and Acquisitions Report: China

30 March 2016 by Richard Ma and Leo Wang

Richard Ma and Leo Wang of DaHui Lawyers assess the M&A regulatory framework in China

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2016 Mergers and Acquisitions Report: Indonesia

30 March 2016 by Freddy Karyadi and Ayik Candrawulan Gunadi

Freddy Karyadi and Ayik Candrawulan Gunadi of Ali Budiardjo Nugroho Reksodiputro assess the M&A regulatory framework in Indonesia

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2016 Mergers and Acquisitions Report: Taiwan

30 March 2016 by Ken-Ying Tseng, Robin Chang, Lihuei Mao and Patricia Lin

Ken-Ying Tseng, Robin Chang, Lihuei Mao and Patricia Lin of Lee & Li assess the M&A regulatory framework in Taiwan

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Dutch M&A gets back on track

29 March 2016 by Claudine Maeijer and Rob Faasen

Claudine Maeijer and Rob Faasen of Eversheds assess the latest M&A trends and developments in the Netherlands

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2016 Mergers Control Survey: China

06 January 2016 by Jet Deng and Ken Dai

Jet Deng and Ken Dai of Dacheng Law Offices review the merger control regime in China

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2016 Mergers Control Survey: Taiwan

06 January 2016 by Margaret Huang and Victor Chang

Margaret Huang and Victor Chang of LCS & Partners review the merger control regime in Taiwan

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2015 Project Finance Report: Nigeria

20 November 2015 by Tunde Oyewole and Dayo Idowu

Tunde Oyewole and Dayo Idowu of Olajide Oyewole assess the conditions and framework for project financings in Nigeria

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Dispute Resolution: Breaking China’s jurisdictional deadlock

12 October 2015 by Chao Yang and Jingjing Chen

Chao Yang and Jingjing Chen of Hui Zhong report on the Supreme Court’s Reply that broke the deadlock on jurisdictional conflicts after the split of CIETAC

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Maximising TTIP protection

12 October 2015 by Marney Cheek and Catherine Gibson

Marney Cheek and Catherine Gibson of Covington & Burling examine investor-state dispute settlement, and ask whether it is the key to the TTIP’s investment package

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Choice of Court Convention: an inspired choice

12 October 2015 by Christophe Bernasconi

This October, the Convention on Choice of Court Agreements enters into force. Christophe Bernasconi of the Hague Conference on Private International Law outlines the progress made by signatories, and how it could change business practices