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Bank of China IPO underlines faults of US passive company rules

The Bank of China initial public offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange was the largest ever in China with a value of $9.7 billion. As Claire Jones found out, dealing with US passive foreign investment company rules was the biggest obstacle the tax advisers on the transaction had to overcome

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