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Chinese Expansion in the EU: Strategies and Policies of the Two Blocks and the Role of the U.S.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781634254991
Service #: 42077733
Shelf Space: 1 in.
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Chinese Expansion in the EU: Strategies and Policies of the Two Blocks and the Role of the U.S.

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Published by the American Bar Association (ABA), Chinese Expansion in the EU: Strategies and Policies of the Two Blocks and the Role of the U.S. provides a thorough analysis of the restrictions – especially the internal restrictions imposed by the Chinese government – on the outflow of investments from China to the European sector.

Globalization has impacted many facets of life, but none so keenly as international trade. Written by a team of international lawyers with broad experience in the area, this work shows how the dynamic has changed dramatically in recent years as China positions itself in international markets and pours massive amounts of money into those investments.

Chinese Expansion in the European Union is a comprehensive guide to Chinese investment, covering the EU merger control regime and how its institutions operate, development and deployment of innovative emerging industries and technologies, strategies to attract Chinese investors in Europe, investment diversification, the impact of new reforms on China-EU policies, and the effective protection of intellectual property rights. It also includes a detailed analysis on investments in the US.

This is an important guide and reference for all counsel representing corporations interested in investing in the EU—whether they are exploring the allocation of their resources in China or aiming to keep up with the rapidly changing global marketplace.

Chapters address these issues:

  • Chinese outbound direct investment (ODI) and the European Union
  • Strategies and policies to attract Chinese investors in Europe
  • The impact of new reforms, and further EU-China policies
  • Perspectives and opportunities in a changing China
  • Chinese ODI in the EU market: upgrading the existing relationships
  • Chinese investment in the United States
  • EU competition policy and M&A control regime
  • China Investment Corporation's investment in the EU market