In trying to establish a presence in China, foreign investors have found it imperative to understand the regulatory environment of this potentially huge market. This book provides an up-to-date overview of the legal framework for doing business in China. It covers such topics as state structure; legislative amendments and enactments on direct foreign investment; the court system; the legal profession; business entities; foreign investment enterprises; contracts; intellectual property; labor and employment; consumer protection; taxation; securities; and dispute resolution. Apart from explaining legal principles, the book highlights liberalisation measures that China has undertaken to fulfil its WTO commitments; elucidates complicated legal concepts with examples of court decisions; discusses relevant foreign trade and investment polices; and includes a glossary of Chinese terms.aReplya refers to a judicial interpretation formulated in response to the request of a high peoplea#39;s court or military court for ... The 1981 Resolution also authorizes the Supreme Peoplea#39;s Procuratorate to interpret laws or decrees relating to their specific application in procuratorial work ... The judicial system Since the late 1970s, China has undertaken various efforts to rebuild or revitalize its judicial system.
|Title||:||Law for Foreign Business and Investment in China|
|Author||:||Vai Io Lo, Xiaowen Tian|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2009-03-02|