The article was written by Zhongle Zhan and Fengying Li and translated into English by Inseon Paik.
Since its founding in 1992, the China Securities Regulatory Commission ("CSRC") has, by the design of the central government of China, become the primary regulator of the Chinese securities market. The CSRC has, however, made some controversial decisions in enforcing its securities regulations. In particular, this article addresses the legal implications of the CSRC's failure to comply with controlling securities regulations in rejecting the Hainan Kaili Central Construction Company's listing application and the ramifications of such selective regulatory enforcement. The article provides an analysis of the current relationship between Chinese administrative and securities law.
Zhongle Zhan, Fengying Li & Inseon Paik,
Securities Supervision and Judicial Review [in China],
13 Pac. Rim L & Pol'y J.
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