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Title China's banking law and the national treatment of foreign-funded banks / Wei Wang.
Imprint Farnham, England ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate, ©2013.

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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 305 pages)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Subject Banks and banking, Foreign -- Law and legislation -- China.
Banks and banking, International -- Law and legislation -- China.
China.
Contents Cover; Contents; List of Tables; List of Abbreviations; Foreword; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Background; Why National Treatment?; Sources; Structure; Methodology; 1 History of National Treatment in China; I. Pre-1840; II. 1840-1911; III. 1912-1949; IV. 1949-1978; V. Post-1978; VI. Concluding Remarks; 2 WTO National Treatment and China's Banking Commitments; I. Overview of National Treatment under the GATT and the GATS; II. China's WTO National Treatment Commitments; III. Changes of GATS/WTO National Treatment in China; IV. Concluding Remarks.
3 Market Access, Forms, and Legal Status of Foreign-Funded Banks in ChinaI. Market Access of Foreign-Funded Banks; II. Forms and Market Access Conditions of Foreign-Funded Banks in China; III. Foreign-Funded Banks in Chinese People's Courts; IV. The Special Legal Status of Hong Kong/Macao/Taiwan Banks in Mainland China; V. Concluding Remarks; 4 China's Banking Law Framework: Different Positions of Foreign-Funded Banks and Chinese-Funded Banks; I. Overview of China's Law Structure; II. The Vertical Banking Law Framework of China; III. The Horizontal Banking Law Framework of China.
IV. Shortcomings of China's Banking Law FrameworkV. Concluding Remarks; 5 More Favourable Treatment of Foreign-Funded Banks; I. More Favourable Treatment of Foreign-Funded Enterprises; II. Trend of Repealing More Favourable Treatment of Foreign-Funded Banks; III. Concluding Remarks; 6 Less Favourable Treatment of Foreign-Funded Banks; I. Less Favourable Treatment of Foreign-Funded Banks; II. Less Favourable Treatment of Foreign-Funded Banks Before 2007; III. Less Favourable Treatment and China's WTO Practice in Banking Services; IV. Less Favourable Treatment and Prudential Carve-out.
V. Concluding Remarks7 Identical Treatment between Foreign-Funded Banks and Chinese-Funded Banks; I. Identical Treatment in the Common Banking Law; II. Overlaps between Foreign Banking Law and Domestic Banking Law; III. Identical Treatment and WTO De Facto Discrimination; IV. Concluding Remarks; 8 Integrating China's Banking Law Framework; I. Three Options for Restructuring China's Banking Law Framework; II. Economic Basis of an Integrated Banking Law Framework; III. Political Basis of an Integrated Banking Law Framework; IV. Concluding Remarks; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Summary This book assesses new developments in and reform of China's banking law system following its accession of the WTO. It focuses on the relationship between GATS/WTO national treatment obligations and China's banking law. Tracing the history of national treatment in China, the book compares the treatment of foreign-funded banks with the treatment of Chinese-funded banks and examines the structure and shortcomings of the existing banking law framework in China. This volume will be a valuable resource for academics and students as well as professionals and policy-makers working in the field of ban.
Other Title Print version: Wang, Wei, 1972 July- China's banking law and the national treatment of foreign-funded banks. Farnham, England ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate, ©2013