|1 An overview of the Chinese legal system||1|
|1The Chinese legal system from 1949-78||1|
|2Economic and legal reforms in the late 1970s and early 1980s||3|
|3Constitution and state structure||4|
|2 Business organizations||24|
|1A state-owned enterprise, a collectively owned enterprise, a stock cooperative enterprise, and a jointly operated enterprise||25|
|4A limited liability company and a company limited by shares||34|
|3 Foreign investment enterprises||58|
|1Representative office of a foreign enterprise||59|
|2Branch of a foreign company||61|
|4Cooperative joint ventures||70|
|5Wholly foreign-owned enterprises||77|
|6Foreign companies limited by shares||83|
|7A comparison of an equity joint venture, a cooperative joint venture, a wholly foreign-owned enterprise, and a foreign company limited by shares||85|
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Book title: Law and Investment in China: The Legal and Business Environments after China's WTO Accession.
Contributors: Vai Io Lo - Author, Xiaowen Tian - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2005.
Page number: v.
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