Lin Zou, associate professor, Xiangtan University (China)
Daniel C.K.Chow, faculty mentor
In recent years, China's rule of law has undergone many adjustments, bringing about a series of institutional changes. If American enterprises and citizens are interested in these issues, they can read this book, which requires a systematic study and integration of some new rules since the last revision of this book.
Search some legal norms and relevant cases on official websites for analysis, conduct in-depth research on relevant government departments and enterprises, and finally make a comparative analysis of the institutional differences between China and the United States and China in similar areas in recent years to complete the revision of this book.
Recently, there have been some trade frictions between China and the United States. At the same time, China and the United States continue to develop business cooperation. The exchange between the Chinese and American people has not decreased. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the recent changes in China's legal system and corresponding political system. This book has been completed for many years and has been revised many times. This year It has been five years since the last revision.