China and the Long March to Global Trade: The Accession of China to the World Trade Organization

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Index
This index is written in alphabetical, word-by-word order. It does not cover the introductory pages or notes to chapters. All location references are to page number.
a
accession negotiations 22-3 , 211-13 ;
approval/acceptance 26-7 ;
balancing obligations and reforms 216-17 , 232 ;
bilateral agreements 23-4 ;
finalising 27-8 ;
information required 24 ;
monitoring of compliance 217-20 , 232-3 ;
opposition 215-16 , 232 ;
post-accession issues 88-92 , 231-4 ;
rounds accession 24-6 ;
unique position of China 1 , 233-4 ;
see also Protocol of Accession
administered protectionism 126
Administration Litigation Law 1990 37 , 130
administrative law 124-6 , 129 , 192 ;
changes in Chinese 130-31 ;
see also laws
administrative legal system 18-20 , 31 , 42 , 91-2 ;
appeals tribunal, establishment 181-2 ;
criticisms 158-9 ;
development of stable system 156 , 200-1 ;
difficulties with changing 162-3 , 170-1 , 181-2 ;
exercise of discretion 183-4 , 186 ;
future developments 174 ;
inability to locate documents 165 ;
increasing public knowledge of 157 ;
judicial independence 175-8 ;
judicial review of administrative actions 128-31 , 174-5 ;
procedural fairness 171-2 ;
resolution of conflict 165-7 ;
right of comment 128 ;
separate system for trade/investment disputes 38-9 ;
standing committee interpretation 159-60 ;
State Council departments' rules 166 ;
suggested Protocol revisions 37-9 ;
supervision of lower level rule-making 167-8 ;
transparency issues 36-7 , 154-6 , 185-7 , 200-1 , 218-20
Administrative Litigation Law 1989 178-9
Administrative Procedure Act 1946 18 , 124 ;
s.553 133-4
Administrative Punishments Law 1996 172-4 , 184
Administrative Review Law 1999 179-81
Administrative Review Regulation 1991 37
Agreement on Trade-Related Investment Measures (TRIMs) 11
aims of text 1-2
anti-dumping 31-3 ;
comparison with safeguards regime 35-6 ;
increase in use after Tokyo Round 126 ;
transition economies 33-4
Appellate Board decisions 16 ;
see also World Trade Organisation
arbitration 141-2
Article X (GATT) 18 , 131-2 ;
Chinese accession 127-31 ;
enforcement provisions 139 ;
transparency 123-7 , 139
Asian financial crisis:
Chinese reaction to 99-100 ;
Chinese responses to, summary 110 ;
withdrawal of Japanese funding 104
asset management companies 102 , 112-13
avoiding deadlock 30-1 , 42 ;
anti-dumping 31-4 ;
safeguards 35

b
background to text 1-4
bankruptcy 73 , 185
banks:
credit ratings 108-9 ;
foreign participation 75-8 , 84-5 ;
impact of foreign entry on state-owned enterprises 90 ;
liberalization commitments 81 ;
loan write-offs 107-8 , 112-13 ;
loans to state-owned enterprises 49 , 72-3 , 102 ;
People's Bank of China, reorganisation 116 ;
policy lending 73 ;
reform of system

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