Foreigners in Chinese Law

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Tahirih V. Lee
Taylor & Francis, 1997 - Law - 460 pages
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Contents

Basic Concepts of Chinese
1
Sovereign Immunity in the Chinese Case and Its Implications
41
Legal and Economic Implications
57
Imperial Chinas Border Control
73
Legal and ExtraLegal Issues in Joint Venture Negotiations
133
Legal Structures for Special Treatment of Minorities in
167
The Nationality Law of the Peoples Republic of China and
193
Settlement of the Question of Hong Kong
204
Reflections on the Basic
221
TungPi Chen
245
PRIVATIZATION
271
Why Does Not the Rising Water Lift the Boat?
365
Company Law and Business Enterprise
383
Acknowledgments
459
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Tahirih V. Lee is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School

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