This article examines how corporate insolvencies in China, the second largest economy, are handled under the current legislation, the China Enterprise Bankruptcy Law of 2006. Relying on the fresh empirical data arising from the first ten years on the use of China’s three insolvency procedures, reorganization, composition and liquidation, this article reveals the huge gap between the law in the books and the law in action, arguing that the implementation of this law in China perhaps has not achieved the legislative objectives. The constitutional and institutional weaknesses affecting the application of this law are analyzed
Dr. Zhang Zinian,
Resolving Corporate Insolvencies in China: the Gap Between Law and Reality,
27 U. Miami Int’l & Comp. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.miami.edu/umiclr/vol27/iss2/9