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In response to a scandal, PRC regulators have halted the sale of private equity products through brokerages and banks, which is expected to significantly impact domestic fundraising.
Discussions between stock exchange regulators in the PRC and Taiwan could open a new exit option for private equity, but the politics underpinning the talks mean decisions will take time.
Institutional investors overwhelmingly cite deep due diligence as a prelude to new investments, according to an E&Y survey.
A review process initiated by Chinese regulators may decrease the waiting time for IPO approval by removing around 300 companies.
China's updated funds law does not encompass private equity, though some believe that may change.
A PRC Supreme Court ruling in favour of value adjustment mechanisms is reassuring for private equity investors in China, according to a Ropes & Gray report.
A blossoming private equity market in Hong Kong has led to regulators increasing their enforcement efforts as a way of protecting the reputation of the region, delegates heard at the PE Asia CFO & COO Conference.
A recent CIRC regulation has kept Ping An Insurance from investing in two RMB funds.
GP based in China will be taxed on offshore transactions as the government strengthens its enforcement of tax laws.
A government circular simplifies procedures for foreign investment in the country. But how it will work in practice is still an open question.

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