HONG KONG: State-owned enterprises – a non-issue in the Congo case
Tuesday, 7 February 2012 (over a year ago)
The Democratic Republic of the Congo's victory last year in the Hong Kong courts provoked concern among clients that Chinese state-owned entities would also be able to claim immunity in Hong Kong. P Y Lo, a barrister in England & Wales and Hong Kong, explains why those fears were misplaced.
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