Business Law of China: Cases, Texts and Commentary
This is a casebook on Chinese business law. As there are no legal reports in China, the cases have been collected through the author's personal contacts with the Supreme Court of China and China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission. Therefore these cases are unique in that they have been translated into English from Chinese and will be an important source for ascertaining this area of Chinese law.
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