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Suggestions on the Reform of Agricultural Development Bank


There has been much discussion about the goals of the reform of the Agricultural Development Bank of China (ADBC).

Government Regulations in China’s Reform and Development of Public Services


The government’s public service function must be strengthened if China is to implement the scientific concept of development, achieve a coordinated economic and social development and build a harmonious society.

SuggestionsonAmendment of Company Law*


In 2004,the National People's Congress decided to carry on comprehensive revisal of the Company Law according to opinionsfrom deputies to the National People's Congress and relevant parties.

Suggestionson the Scope of Application and Mechanism Related to Exceptions in China’s Antitrust Law


Provisions of the Antitrust Law that define its scope of application reveal the Antitrust Law’s status as an "economic constitution" for a free market economy, while provisions on exceptions (or exemptions) create a balance between national economic and social development objectives and antitrust laws.

The Challenges China Faces under the Liberalizationof International Air Transport and Countermeasures


Against the backdrop of globalization, air transport liberalization has already become an irreversible trend in the international airline industry.

Striving to Solve Social Problems in Cities with Drained Resources (Abridged)


Recently, the author conducted a surveyin Fushun, Benxi and Fuxin in Liaoning Province over social problems related to drained urban resources.

Concerns on Technical Barriers Contained in theTwo EU Directives on Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE)


The first is the need to harmonize the laws of EU member states and eliminate barriers between them.

China in Regional Integration and Global Trade System


China became the world’s sixth largest economy and third largest trade power in 2004. The country’s rapid economic development has become a powerful engine for world economic growth.