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Thanks to China's place in the world economic system, Chinese law sparks great interest among foreign readers. For practitioners, it is important to keep track of new legal developments which give rise to practical questions, and for business activities to comply with the latest regulatory enactments in China.
For academics, the emergence of the Chinese legal system as a rapidly maturing hybrid legal regime, built by adopting models and experiences from other nations, among them the United States and various European countries. presents fascinating possibilities for research and analysis.
This handbook of modern Chinese Business Law provides, in a single volume, an overview of the legal environment in which businesses must currently operate in China, including chapters on: