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Business Law in China: E-Chapters 1-4

Introduction to the legal environment for doing business
Daniel Arthur Laprès and Zhang Yuejiao
ICC Product No. 672CH1-4, 2008 Edition
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ISBN 978-92-842-0340-6
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First four chapters of “Business law in China” cover topics such as the origins and the main provisions of traditional law in China, basic principles of the Chinese Constitution and legislation system, various aspects of administrative, civil and criminal business law.

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With a focus on traditionally important subjects for international business professionals, this updated edition breaks ground with its inclusion of extensive material on the legal aspects of managing a business in China. It is organized and presented to correspond with business people's actual experience in dealing with legal issues involving China. Throughout the work, legal issues are placed in their business contexts, creating a basis for common understanding among lawyers and their business clients. Tables and illustrations help to clarify complex institutional organizations and legal processes.  An extensive Introduction gives an overview of the issues dealt with and summarizes the current situation.




About the editors :

  • Daniel Arthur Laprès is a member of the Bars of Paris and of Nova Scotia. Of counsel to Kunlun Law Firm in Beijing, he is listed on the panel of international arbitrators of the China International Trade and Arbitration Commission. He is Professor of Law at the Faculté Libre de Droit, d’Economie et de Gestion in Paris. Write to Daniel. A Laprès.

  • Zhang Yuejiao is currently a member of the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization, President of the Chinese Law Society and Professor at the University of Shantou. Ms. Zhang has served as Director General of the Department of Treaties and Laws in the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation (now Ministry of Commerce).
  • Contributing Editor: Lei Kai, Partner, Kunlun Law Firm, Beijing.

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