Research Guide to Chinese Copyright Law, Second Edition

Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, Hein Company, New Book Ben Boron

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This book is not merely a revision of the first edition (Guide to China Copyright Law Studies); instead it is a complete rewrite. The new second edition attempts to capture and reflect the changes in the dramatically transformed landscape of Chinese copyright law since the first edition was published in 2000.

Copyright law was amended in 2010, followed by promulgation of a new set of regulations in 2013. China also joined a series of international treaties and agreements concerning copyright and intellectual property rights, including the TRIPS agreement of 2001 and the Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances of 2012. The national legislature established three new specialized intellectual property courts in Beijing,

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The Regulatory Environment of Chinese Taxation

2010, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, Foreign Law, Taxation admin

Second Edition
By: Chaowu Jin

The tax system in China is not one of the most advanced in the world, but it is certainly one of the most rapidly changing systems. Although keeping up with the ever-changing tax system is not always easy to do, this book will provide readers with up-to-date information about Chinese tax from the perspective of a Chinese tax scholar. Jin’s Regulatory Environment of Chinese Taxation, Second Edition provides insight into the system of Chinese taxation. This work includes a brief introduction to evolution and development of the Chinese taxation system and describes the different types of taxes, the categories they fall into, and the structure of Chinese tax law.

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Chinese Law on SARS

2010, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, Health and Safety admin

By: Chenglin Liu

Cheglin Liu’s Chinese Law on SARS examines the political and legal aspects of the Chinese government’s reaction to the SARS epidemic between November 2002 and June 2003. This 7th addition to Hein’s Chinese Law Series traces the development of SARS and analyzes the contrasting responses of the government both before and after April 20, when the national campaign against SARS was officially launched and the government enacted laws that would play a crucial role in containing the epidemic. Liu’s work will serve as a valuable resource for anyone interested in public health law in China. All of the major legislation on SARS and other infectious diseases have been translated from Chinese into English by the author and are included in the appendices.

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Chinese Law on SARS

2010, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, Health and Safety admin

By: Chenglin Liu

Chenglin Liu’s Chinese Law on SARS examines the political and legal aspects of the Chinese government’s reaction to the SARS epidemic between November 2002 and June 2003. This 7th volume in Hein’s Chinese Law Series traces the development of SARS and analyzes the contrasting responses of the government both before and after April 20, when the national campaign against SARS was officially launched and the government enacted laws that would play a crucial role in containing the epidemic. Liu’s work will serve as a valuable resource for anyone interested in public health law in China. By utilizing the primary materials and analyses in this book, legal scholars and public health experts can make contributions to establishing an effective surveillance system and medical network to prevent epidemic disease both in China and throughout the world.

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The Regulatory Environment of Chinese Taxation

2010, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, Foreign Law, Taxation admin

Second Edition
By: Chaowu Jin

The tax system in China is not one of the most advanced in the world, but it is certainly one of the most rapidly changing systems. Although keeping up with the ever-changing tax system is not always easy to do, this book will provide readers with up-to-date information about Chinese tax from the perspective of a Chinese tax scholar. Jin’s Regulatory Environment of Chinese Taxation, Second Edition provides insight into the system of Chinese taxation. This work includes a brief introduction to the evolution and development of the Chinese taxation system and describes the different types of taxes, the categories they fall into, and the structure of Chinese tax law.

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The Regulatory Environment of Chinese Taxation

2010, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, Documentary History of the Legal Aspects of Abortion in the U.S., Foreign Law, Taxation admin

Second Edition
By: Chaowu Jin

The tax system in China is not one of the most advanced in the world, but is certainly one of the most rapidly changing systems. Although keeping up with the ever-changing system is not always easy to do, this book will provide readers up-to-date information about Chinese tax from the perspective of a Chinese tax scholar. Since the first edition of this work was published in 2006, the primary types of tax, including the individual income tax, value added tax, and consumption tax, have undergone substantial changes. This work highlights those changes, as well as changes made to taxes of lesser significance, such as the farmland occupation tax and the urban law use tax.

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International Economic Law and China in Its Economic Transition

2010, Business/Economics, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, International Law admin

Edited by: Huiping Chen

International Economic Law and China is the 12th volume in Hein’s Chinese Law Series. This volume contains 15 articles based on presentations made at an international economic law conference held at Xiamen University in 2004. They have been updated to reflect conference discussions and further legal developments. Officials, scholars, and practitioners from China and abroad were called upon to discuss and offer advice on international economic law matters as they relate to the growing influence of China’s economic impact on the world.

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The Regulatory Environment of Chinese Taxation

2009, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, Foreign Law, Taxation admin

Second Edition
By: Chaowu Jin

NEW from Hein!

The tax system in China is not one of the most advanced in the world, but is certainly one of the most rapidly changing systems. Although keeping up with the ever-changing system is not always easy to do, this book will provide readers up-to-date information about Chinese tax from the perspective of a Chinese tax scholar. Since the first edition of this work was published in 2006, the primary types of tax, including the individual income tax, value added tax, and consumption tax, have undergone substantial changes. This work highlights those changes, as well as changes made to taxes of lesser significance such as the farmland occupation tax and the urban land use tax.

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Civil Procedure Law and Court Rules of the People’s Republic of China

2009, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, Civil Procedure admin

By: Wei Luo

This work is the essential resource to understanding the complex Civil Procedure Law of the People’s Republic of China. Luo succeeds in providing a clear, accurate translation of the Criminal Procedure Law. He also includes the first-ever annotations in English for 30 crucial court rules of the Supreme People’s Court. This title will enhance the Chinese law collection of any legal researcher, law librarian or individual with an economic interest in Asia’s industrial giant.

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Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2006

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International Economic Law and China

2009, Business/Economics, Chinese Law, Chinese Law Series, International Law admin

In Its Economic Transition
Edited By: Huiping Chen

International Economic Law and China is the 12th title in Hein’s Chinese Law Series. This work addresses China’s transition from planned economy to market economy and from an agricultural village society to an industrial urban society. Officials, scholars and practitioners from China and abroad were called upon to discuss and offer advice on matters as they relate to the growing influence of China’s economic impact on the world.

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Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2007

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