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by Thomas W. Huang

ePub International Securities Markets: Insider Trading Law In China (International Banking, Finance and Economic Law Series Set) download
Author:
Thomas W. Huang
ISBN13:
978-9041125576
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9041125574
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Publisher:
Kluwer Law International (September 25, 2006)
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International
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Published by Kluwer Law International, 2006. New Condition: New Hardcover.

Published by Kluwer Law International, 2006. This book offers the first detailed analysis of China’s insider trading law, explaining what constitutes insider trading in China and what the consequences of unlawful insider trading might be there. Among the elements of the legal framework addressed by the author are the following: · Who benefits from insider trading. The issue of when information becomes public.

Hardcover: 360 pages.

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The regulation of insider trading prohibits insiders from using inside information in securities transactions, and the central goal of the regulator is to preclude non-public information from circulating in the stock markets

The regulation of insider trading prohibits insiders from using inside information in securities transactions, and the central goal of the regulator is to preclude non-public information from circulating in the stock markets. The goal of legislation against insider trading is the same as that of legislation against market manipulation, making certain the integrity of EU financial markets and so boosting investor confidence in those markets. Market manipulation and insider trading are interrelated and based on circulation of information, and so cyberspace & e-logistics of information could.

Most bank loans, issued bonds and stock-listing proceeds in the system go.What about Susan Shirk’s The Political Logic of Economic Reform in China? This came out in 1993 but I gather it’s still relevant.

Most bank loans, issued bonds and stock-listing proceeds in the system go to these conglomerates. There’s still a private sector but it has been squeezed tremendously, especially in the last two years. Yasheng does a great job of explaining the genealogy of this process. Barry’s book is a great overview of the Chinese economy and its evolution since the late 70s. Barry is a keen, seasoned and knowledgeable observer and covers a range of topics. It remains a classic work on contemporary political economy.

This book offers the first detailed analysis of China’s insider trading law, explaining what constitutes insider trading in China and what the consequences of unlawful insider trading might be there. More importantly, it suggests ways in which the law might more effectively prevent the occurrence of insider trading in the first place. Among the elements of the legal framework addressed by the author are the following:

• Who benefits from insider trading

• The issue of when information becomes public

• A comparative law treatment of the underlying theories of insider trading liability

• Private civil liability

• Damage caps

• Measures of recovery

The author’s approach focuses on China’s readiness to adopt foreign ideas without adequately assimilating them into the local context. In this connection, he sets out valuable reform proposals, using authority from field interviews with Chinese stakeholders as well as from comparative case law.