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Fresh rules bring exchanges in line with the Futures and Derivatives Law, and will help China open up to foreign investment
Recent policy change helps add more liquidity to Asia’s dollar loan market, while pushing the global use of the renminbi
The argument for efficiencies made through advance rulings by the Takeovers Panel and the ousting of the courts by the panel will not outweigh current system’s benefits
While the Hong Kong SAR court cooperates with mainland Chinese courts on recognition of bankruptcy administrators, it remains steadfast in not prejudicing rights of parties under jurisdiction clause
The proposed scope of regulated activities entails international stablecoin issuers to be licensed and have a detailed strategy to operate in Hong Kong SAR
As central banks around the world scramble to get ahead in the charge to establish a Central Bank Digital Currency, three key issues have arisen: data privacy, legal status and interoperability
IFLR is delighted to announce the winning deals, teams and law firms for the 2020 Asia-Pacific awards
In Hong Kong SAR, PRC firm DeHeng Law Offices opened in cooperation with local firm Chungs Lawyers.
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