If you’re thinking of setting up business in China, you’ll have to know the
procedures under China law which allow you to do that. If you’re planning to
stay in business in China, you should know how the law will approach various
contingencies likely to arise – some of them to be expected, some of them
perhaps unpleasant surprises.
While there are of course many resources that offer you help in this regard,
China Master Business Law Guide: Commentary and Analysis sets itself apart
with detailed and systematic analysis that brilliantly exposes the commercial
realities of investing in China. It brings together in one accessible
publication a discussion of all China’s laws affecting business, in
conjunction with each law’s practical application in virtually any situation
likely to arise.
Emphasising practical matters, the commentary is specially designed to help
foreign investors and legal practitioners gain a sound working knowledge of
doing business in China within its legal framework. Along with its two
forthcoming companion guides – which will provide cases and legislation – this
guide will be there for you with quick, authoritative answers, every time.
All pertinent legal areas are covered, including thorny issues arising from
technology transfer, foreign exchange control, dispute settlement, taxation,
insurance, labour, intellectual property, countertrade, land law, special
investment areas and environmental protection. There is a comprehensive,
well-structured index and a section finding list to facilitate easy location