Hong Kong Court sheds light on "core requirements" for liquidation
A Hong Kong court has published its reasons for dismissing an appeal against the winding-up of Cayman Islands-incorporated China Medical Technologies in 2016, shedding light on the “core requirements” in local jurisprudence that govern when a company may be liquidated.
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