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China and the World Trade Organization

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ISBN13: 9789812380395
ISBN: 9812380396
Published: October 2002
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: £53.00

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An examination, from the legal perspective, of 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 towards WTO compliance. It also discusses the issue of the capacity of the evolving Chinese legal system for ensuring compliance. In particular, the text 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.

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Other Jurisdictions , China
China and the WTO law: China's WTO accession - history, concerns and issues; China's WTO accession - commitments and implications; preparing China's trade and legal systems for WTO compliance. China 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 accession; Chinese law and practice on government procurement in the context of WTO accession; China's online copyright protection on the eve of WTO accession; China's telecom regulatory regime on the eve of WTO accession; where will China's Internet regulation go after WTO accession?; judicial protection of intellectual property rights in China - on the eve of WTO accession. Conclusion: enforcement of WTO agreements in China - reality or illusion?