Stan Abrams: Progress Seen On China’s Anti-Monopoly Law

In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest and Chinese law blogger Stan Abrams discusses:

– SEC’s tightened new rules regarding reverse mergers of companies listing in the U.S.: Is this sufficient to protect investors?

– Yum! Brands’ acquisition of Chinese restaurant chain Little Sheep approved: Does this mean China is loosening its grip on foreign takeovers?

– China National Development and Reform Commission investigates China Telecom and China Unicom: Will other big state-owned enterprises be next?

– The U.S Trade Representative requests information on China’s Internet censorship: What is the real motive behind the U.S. regulator’s move?

About Stan Abrams:
Stan Abrams is a Beijing-based lawyer with focuses on technology, intellectual property and Internet-related law issues. Mr. Abrams has extensive experience in foreign direct investment in China, having worked here for over 12 years. He also teaches law at Beijing’s Central University of Finance and Economics. He authors blog China Hearsay.


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  1. h/t Stan for the intro to a great resource here and muchas gracias for the info-laden auditory treat but is there a way to get a text transcript of all this so I can forward it and save it

  2. Hi jj,

    Other listeners have requested text transcript too. Unfortunately, we at CMP do not have the resources to provide that.

    If you have any other questions regarding any topics discussed here, free feel to send them to us.

    Thanks for your support.