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Garrigues

CHINA WORLD TRADE CENTER 1, JIAN GUO MEN WAI AVENUE, TOWER 1, OFFICE 1815, BEIJING 100004, CHINA
Tel:
Work +86 10 8572 0000
Fax:
Fax +86 10 8572 0020
Email:
Web:
http://www.garrigues.cn

China: Corporate and M&A

Corporate and M&A: foreign firms
Corporate and M&A: foreign firms - ranked: tier 5

Garrigues

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China: Tax

Tax: foreign firms
Tax: foreign firms - ranked: tier 4

Garrigues

Garrigues is a well-known name in the Chinese market where it advises Spanish corporates on inbound investment work and ongoing commercial activity, and also assists Chinese SOEs with outbound work, particularly in Latin America. The firm's China tax department is headed by Diego D’Alma, who has wide-ranging corporate expertise, which includes international taxation. Given the multijurisdictional nature of the practice, D'Alma has been particularly busy advising clients on the implications of new policies implemented by the State Administration of Taxation, especially those concerning beneficial ownership, taxation on reinvested profits and double taxation. Associate Cynthia Zhou has experience in individual and corporate tax, customs, and foreign exchange compliance.

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  • CHANGES IN THE REGIME GOVERNING RESTRICTIONS ON VOTING RIGHTS AT SPANISH LISTED COMPANIES

    On June 17, 2010, following a rough and eventful passage through Parliament, the Lower House of the Spanish Parliament finally approved a transcendental amendment to the Spanish Corporations Law (to article 105.2) affecting only listed corporations: a prohibition on voting ceilings for a same shareholder (or companies in the same group), regardless of the number of shares they own. 
    - Garrigues

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