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Aiping Bao

Aiping Bao

Counsel

CMS China
Shanghai Representative Office
3108 Plaza 66 Tower 2
1266 Nanjing Road West
Shanghai 200040
China
Languages English, Chinese

Aiping is counsel at CMS, China Shanghai Office. She has been providing advice for both Chinese companies and international companies on corporate and commercial transactions as well as on competition and compliance issues under Chinese Law for more than 20 years.

Before joining CMS, China, Aiping worked in another leading international law firm in Beijing.

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Relevant experience

  • Advising a Hong Kong listed company on acquisition of shares held by a Hong Kong company in a JV enterprise incorporated in China.
  • Advising an American company on purchase of shares held by three Hong Kong companies in three JV enterprises incorporated in China.
  • Advising a UK company on application to the Ministry of Commerce for merger control notification of its share deals.
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Education

  • 2007 – LL.M. from University of Warwick
  • 2001 – Diploma from EU-China Legal & Judicial Co-operation Programme
  • 1995 – LL.M. China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China
  • 1992 – LL.B. China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China
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09/04/2020
An­nounce­ment of the State Ad­min­is­tra­tion for Mar­ket...
08 Apr 20
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We have re­leased a News­let­ter, titled “Im­pact of COV­ID-19 on Com­pan­ies from the per­spect­ive of the PRC Anti-Mono­poly Law” on 31 March 2020 to provide in­form­a­tion on the im­pact of COV­ID-19 on com­pan­ies...
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26 Mar 20
Non-com­pli­ance Risks of Mono­poly Agree­ments con­cern­ing Af­fil­i­ates...
This News­let­ter will provide an over­view on the non-com­pli­ance risks of mono­poly agree­ments between af­fil­i­ates (“Af­fil­i­ates”) be­long­ing to the same com­pany group, as well as of mono­poly agree­ments...
24/03/2020
Non-com­pli­ance Risks of Mono­poly Agree­ments con­cern­ing...
04 Feb 20
Com­pet­i­tion law as­pects of the PRC E-Com­merce Law
Ac­cord­ing to Art­icle 2 of the PRC E-Com­merce Law which took ef­fect on 1 Janu­ary 2019, e-com­merce activ­it­ies con­duc­ted with­in the ter­rit­ory of People's Re­pub­lic of China (“PRC”) shall be gov­erned by...
21/01/2020
An Over­view of the Draft of Amend­ments to the PRC Anti-Mono­poly...
03 Dec 19
SAMR gets tough­er on Gun Jump­ing
Un­der PRC com­pet­i­tion law, un­der­tak­ings shall no­ti­fy the anti-mono­poly en­force­ment au­thor­ity, i.e. since March 2018 the Anti-Mono­poly Bur­eau of the State Ad­min­is­tra­tion for Mar­ket Reg­u­la­tion (“SAMR”),...
20/01/2020
Com­pet­i­tion Law As­pects of the PRC E-Com­merce Law
25 Nov 19
Re­mov­al of Re­stric­tions on the Use or Con­ver­sion of Re­gistered Cap­it­al...
Ori­gin­ally in the PRC, for­eign-in­ves­ted en­ter­prises (“Gen­er­al FIEs”), which are not for­eign-in­ves­ted hold­ing com­pan­ies, for­eign-in­ves­ted ven­ture cap­it­al en­ter­prises or for­eign-in­ves­ted equity in­vest­ment...
03/12/2019
SAMR gets tough­er on Gun Jump­ing
25 Jul 19
New Reg­u­la­tions on Mono­poly Agree­ments
On 26 June 2019, the State Ad­min­is­tra­tion for Mar­ket Reg­u­la­tion (the “SAMR”) is­sued the In­ter­im Pro­vi­sions on the Pro­hib­i­tion of Mono­poly Agree­ments (the “In­ter­im Pro­vi­sions”), to­geth­er with two...