China, the world's sixth largest economy, has recently joined the rules-based international trading system. What are the implications of this accession? Leading scholars and practitioners from the US, Europe, China, Australia and Japan argue that China's membership will affect the WTO's decision-making, dispute resolution and rule-based structures. It will also spur legal and economic reform, have far-reaching social, political and distributional consequences in China, facilitate a new role for China in international geo-political affairs, and alter the shape, structure and content of the international trading system as a whole. Of interest to scholars of China, as well as trade lawyers and economists.The enforcement of judgements referred to here are not Chineseaforeign disputes, but ChineseaChinese civil economic disputes, which of ... shows that if court work is supported and assisted by local Party and government departments, execution work goes smoothly. ... with no more power to tell banks what to do than the Post Officea#39;.24 Unlike common law courts, the Chinese judiciary has no generalanbsp;...
|Title||:||China and the World Trading System|
|Author||:||Deborah Z. Cass, Brett G. Williams, George Barker|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2003-03-06|