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Andreas Lauffs, Jonathan Isaacs
SMA BKS, HONG KONG
Book 9789626615324 09/03/2016 Sale Price: $515.69 + GST Price: $644.61 Save: $128.92 (20%)

Employment law and workers’ rights continue to evolve in China at an astonishing pace as new Amendments to China’s Employment Contract Law have just taken effect this past July 2013... more

Clarisse von Wunschheim
SMA BKS, HONG KONG
Book 9789626616284 13/08/2015 Sale Price: Price: $429.74 + GST You Save:

Specific and important updates described, explained, and analyzed Newly added features include lawyers and trends in law firms and case trends Other development updates include the new notice from.. more

Book 9789626616307 13/08/2015 Sale Price: Price: $445.09 + GST You Save:

Latest and wide-ranging updates on governing laws and regulations, legal and practical issues and more Key new features include the enforcement of pricing law, SAIC Anti-monopoly Law enactments, and.. more

Book 9789626617380 30/04/2015 Sale Price: Price: $156.06 + GST You Save:

China Labour Law: A Q&A Guide for Foreign Lawyers and HR Managers is aimed at helping foreign lawyers and human resources managers understand China’s labour law framework... more

Book 9789626614853 30/06/2012 Sale Price: Price: $654.55 + GST You Save:

This title provides the current, comprehensive information you need to establish effective, legally correct shareholder agreements and joint ventures in the People’s Republic of China (PRC)... more

DK Srivastava, Gu Minkang
SMA BKS, HONG KONG
Book 9789626614150 Sale Price: Price: $206.06 + GST You Save:

The Tort Law of the People’s of the Republic of China came into force on 1 July 2010... more

Mark Hsiao
SMA BKS, HONG KONG
Book 9789626615164 Sale Price: Price: $366.67 + GST You Save:

This is the first and only truly comprehensive publication about banking law in China... more

Book 9789626614525 Sale Price: Price: $165.00 + GST You Save:

This book explores how China’s gradual capital account liberalization and the growing role of Hong Kong as a leading offshore centre for RMB will affect the international monetary system, the balance.. more

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