Perspectives on Chinese Business and Law

Perspectives on Chinese Business and Law contributes to the debate and understanding on China by offering insights and perspectives from both Chinese and European scholars on themes related to business and economic affairs. The current foreign trade and business related legal framework of China are expressed along with certain historical and political analysis on China’s development.
Editor(s):
Lukasz Golota, Jiaxiang Hu, Kim Van der Borght, Saisai Wang
book | published | 1st edition
August 2018 | xvi + 374 pp.

Paperback
€90.-


ISBN 9781780686394

Details

This book offers different perspectives on China’s business and law. It aims to offer an introduction into both theoretical and practical aspects of China’s law on foreign related business affairs. This comprises economic and political background information, including China’s economic evolution and China-EU trade relations, in addition to more detailed information on selected subject areas important to foreign related business affairs in China, namely commercial arbitration law, contract law ,company law , IPR protection, financial law, foreign direct investment law, and also the establishment of overseas branches of Chinese companies in the EU.

Perspectives on Chinese Business and Law thus introduces the reader to the current Chinese legislations on foreign related business.

Dr Łukasz Gołota is Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Relations, Warsaw University, Section of Political Economy, Poland.

Dr Jiaxiang Hu is Professor of Law at KuGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China.

Dr Kim Van Der Borght is Professor of International Economic Law & Diplomacy at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.

Saisai Wang is a Lecturer of Law at the Law School of the Shandong University of Finance and Economics, China and a lawyer at Shandong Jointide Law Firm, China.


Chapters

Table of contents and preliminary pages (p. 0)

Evolution of the Chinese Economic Model and its International Implications (p. 1)

Domestic Political and Economic System of China (p. 19)

EU-China Economic and Trade Relations (p. 43)

The Idea of "Law" in Chiina: An Overview (p. 59)

An Introduction to the Civil Procedure System (p. 95)

Foreign Related Commercial Arbitration in China (p. 125)

Contract Law (p. 151)

Chinese Company Law (p. 179)

Chinese Foreign Direct Investment Law (p. 215)

Establishment of Overseas Branches of Chinese Companies in the EU (p. 245)

Regulations of Financial Services in China - Rules and Players in Marketizing Financial Services (p. 259)

Chinese Intellectual Property Rights (p. 315)

Conclusion (p. 369)