How China Netcom used Chapter 11 for its telecoms deal

When a Chinese state-owned telecoms operator chose to acquire a near-insolvent foreign company, it had to find the most protected and controlled environment within which to do so. In the first of a two-part analysis, Edward Turner, Sandor Schick and Etienne Gelencsér of Shearman & Sterling look at the buyer’s options

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