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Chinese Business Law

Editor(s): Yuanshi Bu
Media of Chinese Business Law
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Published: 12-02-2010
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 300
ISBN: 9781849460583
Imprint: Beck/Hart
Dimensions: 240 x 156 mm
RRP: £160.00
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About Chinese Business Law

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:
This handbook comprises the following chapters:
" China's Accession to the WTO
" Corporations and Partnerships
" Foreign Investment Law
" Securities
" Mergers and Acquisitions
" Antitrust
" Secured transactions
" Bankruptcy
" Labour Relations and Labour Disputes
" Intellectual Property
" Outbound Investment from China
" Offshore Investment Vehicles

This handbook provides an up-to-date, concise and detailed guide to Chinese business law which will be helpful both for practitioners and academics.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1. China's Accession to WTO I. Overview
Chapter 2. Corporations and Partnerships
Chapter 3. Foreign Investment Law
Chapter 4. Securities
Chapter 5. Mergers and Acquisitions
Chapter 6. Antitrust
Chapter 7. Secured Transactions
Chapter 8. Bankruptcy
Chapter 9. Labor Relations and Labor Disputes
Chapter 10. Intellectual Property in Transactions
Chapter 11. Outbound Investment from China
Chapter 12. Offshore Investment Vehicles


“There are not many books in English on Chinese Business law. This book istherefore particularly welcome as it provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the most recent developments in business law in China.

The distinct background, expertise and language skills of [the] authors also make this book stand out in terms of clarity of expression in English and the extent to which it deals with even the most recent legal reforms, given the rapidity with which they occur.

There are Chinese and English translations of a number of key legal terms to be found in the text. This is most welcome as it helps to avoid potential misunderstanding and confusion.

This collection of essays is well researched and clearly presented. The comprehensive nature of this book is quite remarkable and as such is a very welcome addition to bookshelves of libraries, offices and studies. As a much-needed book on Chinese business law, it represents a significant contribution to its understanding as well as to Chinese law in general. IT is therefore undoubtedly invaluable to academics who are interested in Chinese law and comparative law studies, and to practitioners in many foreign jurisdictions who advise their clients on issues in relation to Chinese business law or who are active participants in business enterprises. Its role as a vital reference book should not be understated...

” –  Dr Fang Ma, International Company and Commercial Law Review, Volume 21, Issue 9

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