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3 edition of China"s foreign economic legislation = found in the catalog.

China"s foreign economic legislation =

China.

China"s foreign economic legislation =

(Chung-kuo tui wai ching chi fa kuei hui pien).

by China.

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Published by Foreign Languages Press, Distributed by China International Book Trading Corporation in Bejing, China .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL20929260M
ISBN 10083512410X

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This Law is formulated with a view to protecting the lawful rights and interests of the parties to Chinese-foreign economic contracts and promoting the development of China's foreign economic relations. Article 2. This Law shall apply to economic contracts concluded between enterprises or other economic organizations of the People's Republic.

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