This book, first published in 1988, is a comprehensive reference of the laws and practice relating to trade between China and the rest of the world, at a time when the country had only recently opened its markets to foreigners. It shows how China wished to develop foreign trade, the methods it used to do this, and the means by which it attempted to control foreign access at the same time as moving to an increasing openness.
1. Customs and Duties 1.1. Customs Law 1.2. Customs Duties 1.3. Port Control 1.4. Security 2. Banking, Foreign Exchange and Joint Venture 2.1. Banking 2.2. Foreign Exchange 2.3. Joint Venture 3. Oil and Other Energy Resources 3.1. Oil Exploitation 3.2. Insurance 3.3. Coal 3.4. Energy Conservation 4. Trademark 4.1. For Investors 4.2. Intra Countries 4.3. Patent
This set examines a vast range of topics covering all experiences of business and economics from across Asia. Dealing with early banking systems in China; the industrialisation of Korea and Taiwan; the evolution of Japanese business practices; economic development; protectionist policies; industrial investment; trade; tourism; and a host of other topics, the books collected here form a vital reference resource across a wide subject area.