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Law And Investment In China

Author : Vai Io Lo
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Genre : Business & Economics
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The Chinese market is appealing, but the Chinese legal system is very complicated. A basic understanding of Chinese law is absolutely crucial for companies investing in this fast-growing and potentially huge market. Since China is moving toward a socialist market economy and is increasingly integrated into the world market, some aspects of China's commercial law are different from, while others are moving into line with, those of mature market economies. This book provides an introduction to the Chinese legal system, focusing on laws and regulations on foreign direct investment and highlights recent government policies and measures undertaken to intensify economics reforms so as to meet various challenges arising from China's accession to the World Trade Organization.

The Political Economy Of South Korea

Author : Uk Heo
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Law For Foreign Business And Investment In China

Author : Vai Io Lo
ISBN : 9781134053735
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In trying to establish a presence in China, foreign investors have found it imperative to understand the regulatory environment of this potentially huge market. This book provides an up-to-date overview of the legal framework for doing business in China. It covers such topics as state structure; legislative amendments and enactments on direct foreign investment; the court system; the legal profession; business entities; foreign investment enterprises; contracts; intellectual property; labor and employment; consumer protection; taxation; securities; and dispute resolution. Apart from explaining legal principles, the book highlights liberalisation measures that China has undertaken to fulfil its WTO commitments; elucidates complicated legal concepts with examples of court decisions; discusses relevant foreign trade and investment polices; and includes a glossary of Chinese terms.

Conflict Of Laws In The People S Republic Of China

Author : Zheng Sophia Tang
ISBN : 9781849808590
Genre : Law
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The area of conflict of laws in China has undergone fundamental development in the past three decades and the most recent changes in the 2010s, regarding both jurisdiction and choice of law rules, mark the establishment of a modern Chinese conflicts system. Jointly written by three professors from both China and the UK, this book provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive analysis of Chinese conflict of laws in civil and commercial matters, covering jurisdiction, choice of law, procedure, judgment and awards recognition and enforcement, and interregional conflicts in China.

China And The World Trade Organization

Author : Kong Qingjiang
ISBN : 9789814488327
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This book examines, from the legal perspective, China's process of WTO accession, its commitments to the accession, the implications of such commitments for its trade and legal systems, and its efforts toward WTO compliance. It also discusses the issue of the capacity of the evolving Chinese legal system for ensuring compliance. In particular, the book probes into the trade and legal systems at the turn of the accession and evaluates selected trade and legal issues, including intellectual property, foreign investment law and settlement of trade disputes. Contents:China and the WTO Law:China's WTO Accession: History, Concerns and IssuesChina's WTO Accession: Commitments and ImplicationsPreparing China's Trade and Legal Systems for WTO ComplianceChina and the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism:Is China's Judiciary Ready for WTO Entry?Can the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism Resolve Trade Disputes Between China and Taiwan?Will China Behave in the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism?Towards WTO Compliance: China's Trade Regime:New Dimension of China's Foreign Investment Regime on the Eve of WTO AccessionChinese Law and Practice on Government Procurement in the Context of WTO AccessionChina's Online Copyright Protection on the Eve of WTO AccessionChina's Telecom Regulatory Regime on the Eve of WTO AccessionWhere Will China's Internet Regulation Go After WTO Accession?Judicial Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in China: On the Eve of WTO AccessionConclusion:Enforcement of WTO Agreements in China: Reality or Illusion? Readership: Academic and practising lawyers; researchers and graduate students in trade, Chinese law, economy and politics; trade officials; and businessmen. Keywords:Reviews:“In this timely book Professor Kong Qingjiang has carefully drawn attention to some of the major issues that China's lawmakers and government officials will have to face. Everyone who wants to understand how to ensure that China gets the most out of its membership of the WTO would benefit from reading this book.”David Wall Professor of International Relations and China Studies Cambridge University “China's accession to the WTO, an important event not only for China but also for the world economy as a whole, has spawned a host of legal issues. Professor Kong Qingjiang, a very able Chinese expert on the subject, examined them with much clarity. This book is invaluable for anyone interested in China's role in the world economy.”Yuji Iwasawa Professor of International Law University of Tokyo “Dr Qingjiang Kong's meticulously researched and well organized study of the legal issues relating to China's accession to the WTO not only lends itself to an understanding of issues around China's WTO commitments and its implications, but also constitutes an important building block in a growing edifice of international public policy studies regarding monitoring China's compliance with its commitments.”Yu Jinsong Professor of International Economic Law Wuhan University “The most important aspect of the book is that it is written in a way that makes it readily accessible to the non-legal scholar. It is not particularly legalistic or overly technical, and the author makes valuable links between the legal aspects and the implications for business and policy analysis. This is refreshing and will greatly increase its appeal … this book is a valuable and highly readable contribution to a very important topic. It is of considerable value to a wide range of users. For teaching purposes one could confidently assign the introductory chapters to MBA and similar programs to provide useful context and background. More specialist readers will find worthwhile overviews of a number of topics in individual chapters.”Journal of Asian Business “Two of the most interesting chapters involve discussion of regulatory regimes for telecommunications and Internet as these existed prior to WTO accession … students and scholars interested in understanding the Chinese government's perspective on WTO accession and performance will find this a readily accessible handbook. As we learn more about the practical implications of China's performance of WTO obligations, Kong's volume may become a useful benchmark against which to measure the changing contours of China's WTO policy.”The China Quarterly “A particularly valuable aspect of the book is its inclusion of case studies of past trade disputes between China and trading parties, which provide a good guide to likely future behaviour … China and the World Trade Organization provides a very useful introduction to and analysis of the issues and developments to date and will be of great benefit to public policy analysts and scholars alike.”Asian-Pacific Economic Literature “This book is ambitious in its coverage and rich in the amount of information supplied. Readers with limited background in the subject matter can expect to benefit from the author's introduction to the topics treated … it should serve as a useful guide for the general public and nonspecialists who are interested in the legal dimensions of China's WTO accession.”The Journal of Asian Studies

Influencing China S Wto Compliance And Commercial Legal Reform Beyond Monitoring Roundtable Before The Congressional Executive Commission On China One Hundred Eighth Congress Second Session April 2 2004

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Law And The Market Economy In China

Author : Perry Keller
ISBN : 9781351560689
Genre : Law
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This volume concerns several aspects of China's changing market based economy. These include commercial contract enforcement, corporate structures, competition law and other issues related to China's membership in the WTO. In the past two decades, the rapid integration of China's economy into the global marketplace has created obligations and expectations of non-discrimination and regulatory transparency in domestic markets. The Chinese government has responded by demanding better governance within major companies, market sectors and public administration generally. However, as the articles in this volume show, it has struggled to find a corporate structure capable of absorbing external equity investment and participation but still amenable to direct and indirect state guidance. It has also moved cautiously in creating legal controls over unfair competition. Moreover, the protection of state owned enterprises, which serve as vehicles for domestic economic, social and political policy, has been a recurring issue in China's WTO trade disputes.

Competition Laws Globalization And Legal Pluralism

Author : Qianlan Wu
ISBN : 9781782252191
Genre : Law
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Building upon a theoretical framework and empirical research, this book provides a thought-provoking analysis of the interests, strategies and challenges that China has faced in developing its Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) in the context of economic globalization. The book comprises three main parts: Part I reviews the directions of convergence of global competition law; Part II provides a contextual analysis of China's market governance and its strategic interests; and Part III examines the latest enforcement of the Anti-Monopoly Law by focusing on the interactions between global actors and China, the relationships between Chinese competition and sectoral regulators, and the enforcement of global competition law norms in the Chinese context. This book is one of the first to provide a critical understanding of China's experience as a new competition regulator, set against the background of the plural sources of global competition laws.

China Business

Author : Linong Zhou
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Integrating China Into The Global Economy

Author : Nicholas R. Lardy
ISBN : 0815798695
Genre : Political Science
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China's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) has been hailed as the biggest coming-out party in the history of capitalism. Its membership eventually will contribute to higher standards of living for its citizens and increased growth for its economy. But why would the Chinese communist regime voluntarily agree to comply with the many complex rules of the global trading system since it has already become the world's seventh largest trading country while avoiding these constraints by remaining outside the system? The answer to this question forms the basis for this new book. Nicholas Lardy explores the many pressures on the Chinese government, both external and internal, to comply with the standards of the rule-based international trading system. Lardy points out that, prior to entry into the WTO, China enjoyed high growth rates and more foreign direct investment than any other emerging economy. He draws on a wealth of scholarship and experience to explain how China's leadership expects to leverage the increased foreign competition inherent in its WTO commitments to accelerate its domestic economic reform program, leading to the shrinkage and transformation of inefficient, money-losing companies and hastening the development of a commercial credit culture in its banks. Lardy answers a number of other questions about China's new WTO membership, including its effects on bilateral trade with the United States; the possibility that China will use its power to reshape the WTO in the future; the degree to which the terms of China's entry were more or less demanding than those for other new members; the ability of China's economy to successfully open to new imports; and the prospects for new growth in various sectors of China's economy made possible by WTO accession. This book will become an important tool for those who wish to understand China's new role in the global trading system, to take advantage of the new opportunities for investment in China, or simply to gain a better understanding of what former President Clinton called a "once in a generation event."

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