The last twelve months has seen a wave of management buyouts of US publicly traded companies with Chinese operations. These companies, referred to in this article generally as "Chinese companies", were previously listed on the NYSE, the NASDAQ or other exchanges and have been taken private by the companies' own chairmen and management, in some instances backed by private equity financing and/or bank financing. The reasons for conducting a take-private transaction vary, and there are a variety of issues to consider in these types of transactions.
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