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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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The Yearbook of Law and Legal Practice in East Asia

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ISBN13: 9789041113498
ISBN: 9041113495
Published: January 2000
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The fourth volume in the annual yearbook of law and legal practice in East Asia addresses a broad scope of topics related to series is on the legal aspects of doing business in East Asia, although legal issues of a more general nature may also be included where these are relevant for a better understanding of the particular legal culture concerned. This fourth volume includes a wide variety of subjects, from constitutional developments in China to company law in Hong Kong. legal practice in East Asia addresses a

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Editorial: East Asia in the 21st century. List of Contributors. List of Abbreviations. Chinese Constitutionalism: Will Politics Always Trump Law? R. Cullen, H.L. Fu. China's Third Constitutional Amendment: A Leap Forward Towards Rule of Law in China; K. Zou, Y. Zheng. Two Steps Forward, One Step Back? A Critical Review of Electoral Law and Political Participation in China; G. Zhu. International and Domestic Sources of Human Rights in Harmony? The Hong Kong Experience; M.J.A. Cooray. The Chinese Legal Profession; Y. Guo. The Legal Profession in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: Recent Developments; K. Wong, C. Hui. The Legal Profession in Taiwan; D.Y.M. Song. Intellectual Property Protection for Inventors and Investors in Asia; C. Heath. Vehicles for Doing Business in India with an Emphasis on Indian Capital Markets and Foreign Exchange Law; S. Kumar. Chinese and Hong Kong Company Law -- a Comparison; J. Tse, A. Au. Financial Reforms in China; R. Xia.