First published in 1999, this volume provides an overview of company laws in South East Asia, North East Asia and the Pacific. The chapters adopt a standard format to allow for comparisons to be made as well as highlighting key features of company laws in each jurisdiction. The contributors are experts in their fields and present practical and policy related insights. The book also contains some useful overviews of company law themes in Asia.
Table of Contents
1. An Introduction. Roman Tomasic. 2. What is Meant by ‘the Rule of Law’ in Asian Company Law Reform? David Campbell. 3. Company Law in Japan. Stephen Bottomley. 4. Company Law in Korea. Michael Dirkis. 5. Company Law in China. Roman Tomasic and Jian Fu. 6. Hong Kong Company Law. Chee Keong Low. 7. Company Law in Taiwan. Neil Andrews and Angus Francis. 8. Corporations in Vietnam. John Gillespie. 9. Thai Company Law. Saowanee Asawaroj and Eugene Clark. 10. Company Law in Malaysia. Krishnan Arjunan. 11. Company Law in Singapore. Brendan Pentony. 12. Company Law in Indonesia. Peter Little and Bahrin (Kam) Kamarul. 13. Company Law of the Philippines. Geoffrey Nicoll. 14. The Company Law of Brunei Darussalam. Bahrin (Kam) Kamarul. 15. Company Law in Papua New Guinea. Anthony Deklin. 16. New Zealand Company Law. Peter Fitzsimons. 17. Corporations Law in Australia. Keturah Whitford.
’...a useful and easily used reference work on company law.’ Business Worldaware