The 1997 Criminal Code of the People's Republic of China

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W.S. Hein & Company, Jan 1, 1998 - Law - 341 pages
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The Chinese criminal code is the second most important law after the Chinese constitution. The translator not only provides an accurate and readable English translation, but maintains the characteristics of the original text. An index is provided to help the reader find specific provisions, and an introduction provides a brief legislative history of the formulation of the criminal code. With the return of Hong Kong to the control of the Chinese government this book is an invaluable source to those interested in the potential effects to Hong Kong.

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