The People’s Funding of China: Legal Developments of Equity Crowdfunding — Progress, Proposals, and Prospects

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Tianlong Lawrence Hu

Renmin University of China; Renmin University of China

Dong Yang

Renmin University of China - Law School

Date Written: August 18, 2013

Abstract

With the world’s second-largest economy at an average of nine percent gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate over the past two decades and a rapidly growing domestic market for new products and services supported by its 1.3 billion population, it is no surprise that China continues to be one of most popular investment destinations for private equity and venture capital firms from all over the world. Following the worldwide trend of cherishing innovative, internet-based capital-raising and microfinance, crowdfunding has emerged as an indispensable approach to enlarge investments to fuel the torpid Chinese capital market.

Keywords: Crowd-funding, China, CSRC, fund-raising

Suggested Citation

Hu, Tianlong Lawrence and Hu, Tianlong Lawrence and Yang, Dong, The People’s Funding of China: Legal Developments of Equity Crowdfunding — Progress, Proposals, and Prospects (August 18, 2013). University of Cincinnati Law Review, Vol. 83, No. 2, 2014, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2638775

Tianlong Lawrence Hu

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Dong Yang (Contact Author)

Renmin University of China - Law School

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