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A Challenge for China: Is It Possible to Introduce Unfair Prejudice Remedies? (Part II)

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A Challenge for China : Is It Possible to Introduce Unfair Prejudice Remedies? (Part II). / Ma, Fang Fang.

In: International Company and Commercial Law Review, Vol. 20, No. 12, 2010, p. 1-10.

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title = "A Challenge for China: Is It Possible to Introduce Unfair Prejudice Remedies? (Part II)",
abstract = "This, the second part of a two-part article, explores how unfair prejudice remedies might be introduced into Chinese company law. Looks in particular at the adoption of the English Law Commission proposals, not included in the Companies Act 2006, regarding the inclusion of exit and arbitration articles in a company's articles of association. Recommends a statutory list in future Chinese company legislation clearly identifying unfairly prejudicial conduct and specific remedies",
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