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China is probably the world's most rapidly expanding market. This opportune guide to China's law and legal systems comes at a time when western businesses are seeking to expand into China and provides business people and students alike with a basic knowledge of the law in the PRC from the introduction of the Four Modernisations and open-door policies in 1979 to the present day. Beginning with a brief historical overview the text outlines and examines: the legislative, executive and judicial systems; problems concerning the Chinese legal system today; various collections of laws, both Chinese and English; substantive law including criminal, civil, administrative, contract and company law; criminal and civil procedure; alternative dispute resolution in the context of the Chinese tradition of mediation; and current issues affecting the development of legal practice. External factors, such as China's recent admission to the WTO, are referred to throughout, allowing the reader to understand the wider reasons for developments in Chinese law. Essential reading for students studying the Chinese law or the PRC more generally, this short text will also prove invaluable for those seeking to do business in China.
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