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  • Author:
    International Chamber of Commerce,Daniel Lapres,Daniel A. Lapres,Zhang Yuejiao
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    ICC Publishing S.A. (December 1997)
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    479 pages
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Business Law in China Trade, Investment, Operations and Finance Daniel Arthur Laprès and Zhang Yuejiao .

Chapters 1-4 of a unique compilation, analysis and assessment of the current state of Chinese businesslaw.

Focusing on traditionally important subjects for foreign business people such as the laws on trade with China, direct investment and the resolution of disputes, Business Law in China, breaks new ground with the inclusion o. .

Focusing on traditionally important subjects for foreign business people such as the laws on trade with China, direct investment and the resolution of disputes, Business Law in China, breaks new ground with the inclusion of extensive material on the Chinese financial sector. Related epub fb2 eBooks: Chinese Foreign Investment Laws and Policies: Evolution and Transformation. 1880+ Chinese Business and Trade Phrases. by International Chamber of Commerce, Daniel Lapres, Daniel A. Lapres, Zhang Yuejiao. Title: Business Law in China: Trade, Investment and Finance (ICC publication).

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International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) ICC Publication No. 716 .

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The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade is a trade body founded in 1952. It also goes by the name of the China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC 中国国际商会)

The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade is a trade body founded in 1952. It also goes by the name of the China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC 中国国际商会). The CCPIT develops business cooperation and exchanges with foreign countries and has long been associated with the People's Republic of China's united front strategy. It is charged with organizing trade fairs and events in promotion of the Belt and Road Initiative. List of countries by leading trade partners.

Incorporates the experience of Chinese and non-Chinese experts to create a unique work of compilation, analysis and assessment of the current state of Chinese business law. Focusing on traditionally important subjects for foreign business people such as the laws on trade with China, direct investment and the resolution of disputes, Business Law in China, breaks new ground with the inclusion of extensive material on the Chinese financial sector.