Port and Rail Investments: Reform of Chinese Regulations, Paradigm Shift of Chinese State-Controlled Entities and Global Freedom of Investments
Article from: TDM 6 (2020), in State-Controlled Entities
This paper aims to fill in the gaps of the previous legal research conducted with Prof. Chaisse in 2017. These gaps include the reform on Chinese inbound foreign investment regimes for reciprocal market access of other jurisdictions, the latest corporate practices of state controlled entities (SCEs) regarding enhancing transparency and accountability and the US and EU's compliance with WTO's GATS Mode 3 and various OECD guidelines. In the context of outbound foreign direct investments (FDIs) in port and rail infrastructures, this research focuses on how Chinese SCEs interact with foreign ...