Review of China’s Insider Trading Laws


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Essay #: 068276
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Review of China’s Insider Trading Laws: A Critical Analysis
China’s entrance onto the world financial stage was tentative at first and then rapidly accelerated to where it is potentially a world leader. This paper will explore the initial beginnings of China’s stock exchanges and regulations promulgated to avoid insider trading and instill confidence in the markets. The current regulations will be reviewed and the history of their development will be chronicled. The current state of enforcement is examined and potential changes for the future are proposed.
The emergence of China’s financial markets is part of the country’s effective transition from a planned economy to a market oriented economy, vital to integration...
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