Chinese Commercial Law

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Law - 326 pages
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Chinese Commercial Law provides a comprehensive overview of the laws relating to trading with and investing in China. China is a growing market with great potential as well as great risks.As part of its 'open door policy', China has introduced an enormous number of new laws of a commercial nature. For business people making investments in China, an understanding of that country's legal system and commercial law is essential if opportunities are to be realised and pitfalls avoided. Chinese Commercial Law gives readers a simple, non-technical description of Chinese commercial laws, discussing, in particular, how they affect foreign investment and foreigners in China.The areas covered include: Contract Foreign investment in relation to equity joint ventures, cooperative joint ventures and wholly owned foreign enterprises Foreign trade Intellectual and industrial property Taxation, foreign exchange and banking Labour and employment Dispute resolution

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Contents

Preface
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Yesterday and Today I
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The Law of Contract in China
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Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Kui Hua Wang is at Deakin University.

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