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Labour Disputes and their Resolution in China

Labour Disputes and their Resolution in China Book
Author : Jie Shen
Publisher : Elsevier
Release : 2007-02-28
ISBN : 1780632274
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The scale, nature and causes of labour disputes in China are identified and discussed in this comprehensive review as well as how they can be managed. The labour disputes resolution mechanisms discussed in this book include, trade union, collective labour contract, tripartite coordination and labour court. This book presents an updated literature review and reports the findings of two empirical projects on this subject. The effectiveness of these mechanisms and the appropriate resolution model for the future are both discussed. Systematic and critical review of the up-to-date literature on labour disputes and their management Empirical findings on labour disputes and the institutional channels available to workers for resolving them Assessment of the effectiveness of the existing mechanisms for dealing with labour disputes

Labor Dispute Resolution in China

Labor Dispute Resolution in China Book
Author : Virginia Harper Ho
Publisher : University of California Inst of East
Release : 2003
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Dispute Resolution in China

Dispute Resolution in China Book
Author : Michael J. Moser
Publisher : Juris Publishing, Inc.
Release : 2012-07-01
ISBN : 1933833742
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Dispute Resolution in China provides an up-to-date summary, commentary and analysis of how disputes are settled in today’s China. Like in many other jurisdictions, litigation and arbitration are the main dispute resolution methods to settle large commercial disputes in China. While litigation is more commonly used in domestic commercial disputes, arbitration is the most popular dispute resolution method among foreign parties who conduct business in China or with Chinese parties. Each of the chapters contained in this book deals with a selected topic in dispute resolution and is authored by a leading expert in the field. This book is a necessary resource for arbitration and litigation attorneys, as well as other professionals conducting business in China’s increasingly regulated and complex business environment.

Dispute Resolution in China

Dispute Resolution in China Book
Author : Weixia Gu
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2021
ISBN : 9781138823594
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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In recent years, the Chinese legal system on civil litigation, arbitration and mediation, including their respective laws, regulations, and legal institutions, has undergone many changes. These reforms include, for example, three rounds of Reform Plans of the People's Courts (1998-2013), amendments to the Civil Procedure Law in 2007 and 2012, revisions to rules of China's flagship arbitration institution, the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), in 2005 and 2012, and promulgation of the People's Mediation Law in 2010. This book focuses on the law and development of these three major dispute resolution mechanisms in China, examining the design and legal framework of civil litigation, arbitration and mediation, their operations, challenges, and past-decade reforms. It also explores the wider contextual factors (political, economic, and societal) that led to these developments and looks at the possible obstacles to further development, for civil justice reform in particular and rule-of-law in general. By examining up-to-date literatures while exploring answers to the academic inquiries, this book provides a thorough analysis of the dynamic contemporary Chinese system of dispute resolution that has on the one hand blended Chinese traditions, socioeconomic and sociopolitical realities, guanxi culture and foreign experience, and has on the other hand developed distinctively to respond to China's market and societal transitions. This book will be an invaluable reference tool for students, scholars and practitioners with an interest in Chinese law, dispute resolution, and broader economic and political dimensions of dispute resolution development in China.

The Labour and Employment Disputes Review

The Labour and Employment Disputes Review Book
Author : Nicholas Robertson
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2019
ISBN : 9781838620103
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Modern China

Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Modern China Book
Author : Yun Zhao
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2022-09-27
ISBN : 9811921121
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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A Study of the Conflict Resolution Mechanisms for Labour Disputes in Hong Kong

A Study of the Conflict Resolution Mechanisms for Labour Disputes in Hong Kong Book
Author : Suet-Ching Sharon Lo,盧雪貞
Publisher : Open Dissertation Press
Release : 2017-01-27
ISBN : 9781361403631
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This dissertation, "A Study of the Conflict Resolution Mechanisms for Labour Disputes in Hong Kong" by Suet-ching, Sharon, Lo, 盧雪貞, was obtained from The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong) and is being sold pursuant to Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation. All rights not granted by the above license are retained by the author. DOI: 10.5353/th_b3196660 Subjects: Labor disputes - China - Hong Kong Industrial relations - China - Hong Kong

Access to Justice for the Chinese Consumer

Access to Justice for the Chinese Consumer Book
Author : Ling Zhou
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Release : 2020-05-14
ISBN : 1509931074
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book offers a socio-legal exploration of localised consumer complaint processing and dispute resolution in the People's Republic of China – now the second largest consumer market in the world – and the experiences of both ordinary and 'professional' consumers. Drawing on detailed analysis of an impressive body of empirical data, this book highlights local Chinese understandings and practice styles of 'mediation', and identifies in popular consciousness a continuing sense of reliance on the government for securing consumer rights in China. These are not only important features of consumer dispute processing in themselves, but also help to to explain why no ombudsman system has emerged. This innovative book looks at the nature of China's distinctive dispute resolution and complaints system, issues within that system, and the experiences of consumers within it. The book illustrates the access to justice processes locally available to aggrieved consumers and provides a unique contribution to comparative consumer law studies in Asia and elsewhere.

Dispute Resolution in the People s Republic of China

Dispute Resolution in the People   s Republic of China Book
Author : Zhiqiong June Wang,Jianfu Chen
Publisher : BRILL
Release : 2019-12-02
ISBN : 900433128X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book provides a comprehensive and contextual analysis of the various methods of civil dispute resolution in the PRC. The approach to analysis is historical, comparative and socio-legal.

Disputes Resolution in Urban Communities in Contemporary China

Disputes Resolution in Urban Communities in Contemporary China Book
Author : Jieren Hu
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2020-11-06
ISBN : 9811586446
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book explains the causes, process, and results of group disputes in urban communities (the empirical experiences from Shanghai) in China. It explores the means and characteristics of as well as the differences in conflict resolution in various forms of state–society relations, particularly the ways of dealing with and resolving disputes concerning mass incidents involving government interests in China’s current social transformation period. It also analyzes how people’s mediation organizations interact with the local government when managing and defusing collective disputes. Combining the relevant theories and five conflict resolution measurement models created by Blake and Mouton (1964), this book explains the current interaction model and cooperation mechanism between the state and social organizations in China. To do so, it examines the role of the Lin Le People’s Mediation Workroom in dealing with community collective disputes and the respective action strategies and constraints. The book argues that the current state–social relations in China are not centered on society or the state, but on “state-led social pluralism.”

Mediation

Mediation Book
Author : Klaus J. Hopt,Felix Steffek
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2018-12-13
ISBN : 0191669350
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Mediation provides an attractive alternative to resolving disputes through court proceedings. Mediation promises just results in the interest of all parties concerned, a reduction of the court caseload, and cost savings for the parties involved as well as for the treasury. The European Directive on Mediation has given mediation in Europe new momentum by establishing a common framework for cross-border mediation. Beyond Europe, many states have tried in recent years to answer the question whether, and if so, how mediation should be regulated at a national and international level. The aim of this book is to promote the understanding and discussion of regulatory issues by presenting comparative research on mediation. It describes and analyses the law and practice of mediation in twenty-two countries. Europe is represented by chapters on mediation in Austria, Bulgaria, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal and Spain. The world beyond Europe is analysed in chapters on mediation in Australia, Canada, China, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Switzerland and the USA. Against this background, further chapters on fundamental issues identify possible regulatory models and discuss central principles of mediation law and practice. In particular, the work considers harmonisation and diversity in the law of mediation as well as the economic and constitutional problems associated with privatising civil justice. To the extent available, empirical research is used as a point of reference in the critical analysis.

Labor Law in China

Labor Law in China Book
Author : Zengyi Xie
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2015-05-26
ISBN : 3662469294
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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​The primary aim of this book is to help readers understand the development of the theory and practice of labor law in China, and to familiarize them with major advances and remaining challenges in this field. The author also puts forward suggestions on how to improve labor law in China on the basis of an analysis of key problems and comparative study. The book can also serve as a useful guide, allowing HR experts at companies with Chinese employees or doing business in China to better understand Chinese labor law and regulations. It covers a broad range of labor law issues, including the meaning of labor relations, definition of the employee and employer, the duties of employers and employees, anti-discrimination, labor dispatch, minimum wage, termination of labor contracts, work injury insurance, labor inspections and labor dispute resolution.

Resolving Individual Labour Disputes

Resolving Individual Labour Disputes Book
Author : International Labour Office
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2016-12-23
ISBN : 9789221304197
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book examines the institutions and mechanisms for settlement of individual labour disputes in various countries. The number of individual disputes arising from day-to-day workers' grievances or complaints continues to grow in many parts of the world. The chapters in this book cover individual labour dispute settlement systems in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. Each chapter examines and assesses the institutions and mechanisms for settlement of individual labour disputes, including the procedures and powers available, the interaction of these institutions and mechanisms with other labour market institutions (e.g. collective bargaining and labour inspection) and the broader system for resolution of legal disputes (e.g. courts of general jurisdiction, specialist commissions and tribunals).

Commercial Dispute Resolution in China

Commercial Dispute Resolution in China Book
Author : Wolters Kluwer Hong Kong,Beijing Arbitration Commission / Beijing International Arbitration Center
Publisher : Wolterskluwer HK
Release : 2021-11-15
ISBN : 9887840572
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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2020 marked a remarkably unusual year for all, tough and impressive enough. Along with the prevalence of COVID-19 and the deepening of economic globalization, work and production in China were resumed in an orderly manner, bringing positive economic growth against the trend. In this context, commercial dispute resolutions in China were faced with new challenges, and endured new reforms while embracing new developments. The promulgation of new laws and regulations in 2020, including the Civil Code of the People’s Republic of China and the Supplementary Arrangements on Mutual Implementation of Arbitral Awards in Mainland China and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, has elevated the arbitration system to a higher level. Arbitration institutions such as the Beijing Arbitration Commission/Beijing International Arbitration Center (hereinafter referred to as “BAC/BIAC”) carried out anti-pandmeic measures in a timely manner to ensure the well-functioning of the arbitration procedures. Meanwhile, China’s judicial supervision on arbitration and arbitration disclosure have undergone impressive developments. In 2020, the procedural standards of commercial mediation were further optimized, and commercial mediation institutions continued to expand and grow, while the number of mediation cases increased steadily. The “one-stop” diversified dispute resolution system was fully advanced, and the systems of litigation-mediation and arbitration-mediation have been constantly improved. Online mediation mechanism was rapidly developed in response to the new norms of pandemic prevention and control. Sino-foreign joint mediation mechanism has been gradually established, and international commercial mediation rules and systems are continuously refined. While rolling out countermeasures in full scale to mitigate impacts of pandemic, China achieved some eye-catching accomplishments in terms of legal system development and dispute resolution practices in 2020. In the area of construction engineering, new and old arbitration rules continue to coexist during the transition period of the Civil Code before it takes effect, while the arbitration and resolution of disputes over public-private-partnership (PPP) have made great breakthroughs. In the real estate sector, stricter regulatory policies were enacted and effectuated to ensure that “housing should be for living in, not for speculation”. Hot topics such as real estate enterprise operations, real estate development modes, and regulation over long rental apartments attracted widespread social attention. In the energy sector, the transformation of energy structure was implemented on a large scale. The Energy Law has generally taken shape. Carbon-neutral efforts were intensified. The carbon credit trading market is prospering. Relevant regulatory rules thereof were established. In the financical sector, several new financial products gave rise to crises in 2020 but were promptly resolved. The rights-protection mechanism for stock investors was further perfected. The protection for personal financial information was strengthened, and the explorations over the system for individual bankruptcy have been accelerated. In the realm of investments, the pandemic directly affects investors’ valuation of enterprises and expectation of profitability. Regulatory authorities and courts continued to enchance investment supervision and adjudication rules, all of which had far-reaching influences on the resolution of investment disputes. In terms of international trade, multiple statutes and regulatory rules were enacted in order to safeguard national security and to protect the intersts of Chinese enterprises. Judicial authorities took the lead in exploring and identifying new transaction modes under the premise of adhering to international trade rules. In terms of intellectual property, the Patent Law and the Copyright Law were amended, and various judicial interpretations and guidelines were released intensively. Dispute resolution methods become more diversified, and arbitration and mediation played more important roles. In the area of civil aviation, several rules and regulations were formulated or amended. Phenomena restraining the development of the aviation industry occurred from time to time in 2020, including restrictions against traffic rights, export controls, and intellectual property rights discrimination. In the film and television entertainment industry, risks and opportunities existed side by side. The industry witnessed an increase of disputes over the performance of film and television contracts, disputes over the emerging live streaming business, and disputes over the types of works defined in copyright law. In the field of of sports, the sanction mecahnisms against doping violations were improved, and the protection for intellectual property rights of sports-related intangible assets were strengthened while the amount of sports-related disputes went up. To present an in-depth and systematic report on the 2020 practices and developments in the aforementioned fields, BAC/BIAC has called upon industry experts to contribute to the Annual Review and Preview of Commercial Dispute Resolution in China (2021) (“2021 Annual Review”), and released it in both Chinese and English to facilitate a better understanding of the status quo of China’s commercial dispute resolutions among interested parties at home and abroad. The 2021 Annual Review is compiled based on the following principles: First, a foucs on the state of the art. The 2021 Annual Review strives to showcase the latest developments in relevant industries and the leading trends in legal systems and judicial practices. It selected annual hot topics for in-depth analysis, aiming to deliver timely observations and cutting-edge contents while providing detailed informaiton thereof. Second, a focus on the consistency and systematicness. By inheriting previous compilation rules, the 2021 Annual Review presents an annual overview of various industries, crucial laws and policies, typical cases, analyses of heated issues and prospects, such that the readers are able to grasp the practices and developments of key industries from a multi-angle, holistic perspective. Third, a focus on practicability. The 2021 Annual Review pays attention to the pragmatic value in order to help commercial entities improve their abilities of risk prevention and dispute resolution. The Editorial Committee is composed of seasoned professionals who deliver observations and opinions based on their rich experience on the industry’s frontline, providing practical references for the readers. Fourth, a focus on international perspectives. The 2021 Annual Review is written in both Chinese and English, aiming to show the new developments in China’s commercial dispute resolution to overseas readers, and to express the voice of China to the international community. Each report is written in both languages by the same team to ensure consistency and accuracy of contents.

Commercial Dispute Resolution in China

Commercial Dispute Resolution in China Book
Author : Beijing Arbitration Commission / Beijing International Arbitrati
Publisher : Wolterskluwer HK
Release : 2020-09-17
ISBN : 988793576X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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In 2019, the world economic slowdowns already under way reflected common influence across the countries. The cyclical and structural slowdowns in China have fueled disputes in the market place and thus created a rising number in the statistics of commercial dispute resolution in China. Many developments in the field of arbitration and mediation mark the milestones of building the rule-based practice. Some of these developments have already brought positive effects in the dispute resolution industry amid the slowing down economy. To present an insightful understanding of the developments of commercial dispute resolution in China, the Beijing Arbitration Commission/Beijing International Arbitration Center (hereinafter referred to as the "BAC/BIAC") continuingly invites experts to author 12 chapters of this book, namely, the chapters on commercial arbitration, commercial mediation, construction, real estate, energy, international trade, investment, finance, intellectual property, civil aviation, entertainment, and sports. In the chapter on commercial arbitration, the authors believe many efforts in the regulatory and judicial directions have further promoted China as a viable choice of arbitration seat. In the direction of regulation, the Several Opinions on Improving the Arbitration System to Strengthen the Creditability of Arbitration issued by the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the General Office of the State Council, as the first central-level government’s policy for arbitration, has laid out an ambitious plan for the vigorous and competitive arbitration industry in China. In the direction of judicial policy, the Supreme People’s Court and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Department of Justice signed the Arrangement Concerning Mutual Assistance in Court-ordered Interim Measures in Aid of Arbitral Proceedings by the Courts of the Mainland and of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as a symbolic cooperation between the mainland courts and courts in Hong Kong SAR, has bridged the gap in mechanisms of enforcing the interim measures resulting from the arbitration in the region. Breakthroughs in practice has also been recorded in 2019. For example, the BAC/BIAC has adopted its new arbitration rules which introduce a long-expected reform in the framework of arbitration fees. The transparency and the fee's redistribution of the BAC/BIAC’s new rules are not only praised by the Chinese practitioners, but also regarded as a breakthrough of the internationalization of Chinese arbitration industry and a guarantee of process of cultivating the professionalism among the Chinese arbitrators. In the chapter on commercial mediation, the authors predict that the signing of the United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation may align the mediation theories and practice in China to the international counterparts and safeguard the healthy development of commercial mediation in China. The impact of economic slowing down also project profound changes in each different specialized sector. More detailed and targeted legislation and regulations have emerged in 2019 as the response to the changing climate of business environment. In the chapter on construction, numerous legislations and regulations have been referred to. The Construction Law of the People's Republic of China, the Regulation on Government Investment and the Regulation on Ensuring Wage Payment to Migrant Workers, and other laws and regulations have been revised, reflecting the liability rearrangement among the relevant parties. The arbitrability of a PPP contract provided in the Provisions on Several Issues Concerning the Trial of Administrative Agreement Cases touched on the controversial matters in the dispute resolution of PPP contracts, triggering even more controversial arguments. In the chapter on real estate, a series of regulation and policies were recorded as the response to the Central Government’s call for “Fang Zhu Bu Chao” (meaning, cooling down the real estate market). Rising disputes in this sector have already brought challenges to the industry. In the chapter on energy, the authors compliment the regulative efforts and progress to promote open-up of market and fair competition and to safeguard the role of the market force. In the chapter on investment, the authors observe an emerging mindset of a new framework of regulating foreign investment, which has been promoted by the Law of the People's Republic of China on Foreign Investment. Concurrently, the Minutes of the National Conference for the Work of Courts in the Trial of Civil and Commercial Cases makes clarification in some long-debated issues of dispute resolution. In the chapter on international trade, the signing of the phase I of Sino-US trade agreements will have a profound impact on the development of international trade and the settlement of related disputes, thus being recorded by the authors. In the chapter on finance, the authors brief the Minutes of the National Conference for the Work of Courts in the Trial of Civil and Commercial Cases and look into various matters including bill discount, guarantees beyond authority, and independent guarantee. In the chapter on intellectual property, the authors highlighted the revision of the Trademark Law of the People's Republic of China, the Law of the People's Republic of China against Unfair Competition, the Law of the People's Republic of China on E-commerce, and other important legislations and pointed out the significance of these developments. In the chapter on entertainment, the authors explain the regulatory measures and predict the upgrade and adjustments in the future as many unresolved disputes have projected the ongoing changes of balance of the entertainment industry. In the chapter on civil aviation, the authors highlight the development of UAV sectors and the reframing of the legislation in the general aviation, which has been regarded as the guarantee of future prosperity of the industry. In addition, as the 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games are approaching, the authors comment on many disputed cases in the sport industry. In this book, experts from the front line gathered together and wrote each chapter as the reflection of their first-handed experience on the overview, updates of legislation and regulation, case studies, debated issues, and outlook of the industries. It is the eighth edition of the Annual Review and Preview of the Commercial Dispute Resolution in China. In this edition, for the first time, experts from in-and-out China

Dispute Resolution in China

Dispute Resolution in China Book
Author : Weixia Gu
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2021-02-09
ISBN : 1317584767
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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China's ever-expanding commercial influence has attracted global attention on how its civil and commercial disputes are resolved. This compelling new book, Dispute Resolution in China, offers a detailed examination of the elements in the Chinese legal system and the relevant reforms to the multiplicity of approaches to civil and commercial disputes in China today. This book reveals how civil litigation, commercial arbitration, mediation, and their hybrid dispute resolution have distinctly responded to, reformed, and developed in the context of China’s transformational economic growth, societal development, and international interaction in the last two decades. It situates these developments and continued experimentation within a unique hybrid of empirical, contextual, and comparative analytical framework, while paving productive pathways towards the future. This book argues that, rather than being a legal project, China’s civil and commercial dispute resolution system is essentially a social development project, which distinguishes the Chinese approach to civil justice reform from contemporary civil justice movements elsewhere. Among the primary methods of dispute resolution, commercial arbitration in China today uniquely transcending the traditional socio-political constraints, its reform has developed in favor of market-oriented considerations and shaped by China’s socio-economic dynamics and internationalization needs. By contrast, civil litigation and mediation being more instrumentalist in nature, their reform is socio-politically embedded and continues to prioritize social stability. This book also shines a fresh light on comparative assessments of top-down and bottom-up changes in China’s dispute resolution discourse, as well as on how China speaks to international dispute resolution systems. Original and rich in its analysis, this book will be essential reading and invaluable reference tool for scholars with a focus on Chinese law, comparative and international dispute resolution, and on broader legal, institutional, economic, social, political and cultural dimensions of dispute resolution development.

Legal Culture on Labour Disputes of Migrant Construction Workers in China

Legal Culture on Labour Disputes of Migrant Construction Workers in China Book
Author : Juan Li
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2018
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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In the past 30-40 years, migrant workers have become an increasingly significant force in promoting social and legal changes in China. As such, their legal culture is worthy of study for many reasons. This study focuses on migrant construction workers' values, ideas, opinions, and attitudes with regard to their labour disputes, in the context of economic reform and globalization. Based on an analysis of primary data collected from fieldwork undertaken in Hubei Province, this study finds that migrant construction workers' dispute resolution primarily remains conservative and informal, and that they are more aggressive and assertive than they were in the previous decades. The primary data illustrates that imported Western legal norms, such as contract, litigation, law, etc., have so far had limited influence on the popular legal culture of Chinese migrant workers, at least in the construction industry; while traditional local values in China, such as family ethic, morality, and harmony, still play a dominant role in their daily lives.

Resolving Business Disputes in China

Resolving Business Disputes in China Book
Author : Jingzhou Tao
Publisher : Kluwer Law International B.V.
Release : 2005-01-01
ISBN : 9041124160
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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When a dispute arises between a European or American firm and a Chinese business partner, this source of guidance is exactly what a practitioner needs. Resolving Business Disputes in China provides an understanding of what kinds of disputes are likely to arise, why they arise, and exactly how to proceed with confidence toward a satisfactory resolution in post-WTO China. The book summarizes cases that tend to establish points of law, linking them to corresponding legislation and presenting them according to the matter of the dispute (contractual, intellectual property, technology transfer, employment, and so on). Arbitration fee schedules and a list of arbitrators are also included.

China EU Trade Disputes and Their Management

China EU Trade Disputes and Their Management Book
Author : Qingjiang Kong
Publisher : World Scientific
Release : 2012-03-16
ISBN : 9814452149
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The European Union (EU) has now become the largest trade partner of China. While Sino-US trade relations and particularly the high-profile trade disputes between the US and China get considerable academic attention for geopolitical reasons, less research has been done on the Sino-EU trade disputes that gradually loom large on the horizon. This book delves into the trade disputes between China and the EU and identifies the causes for trade disputes. It examines how the disputes will shape China-EU trade relations, and offers a macro overview on how the issues can be resolved or at least how they should be managed. This timely book sheds light on Sino-EU trade disputes, putting these in global perspective and enriching the literature in this regard. Contents: Trade between China and the EU: A Historical PerspectiveTrade Disputes between China and the EUAn Empirical Study of Trade Defense Instruments and Their UsesThe EU's Monitoring of China's Compliance with WTO ObligationsThe EU's Trade Policy-Making MechanismChina's Trade Policy-Making MechanismTransitional Product-Specific Safeguard Measures and Their Implication for Trade Disputes between China and the EUThe Chinese and EU Approaches to Dispute Settlement in the WTO and Their ImplicationsTrade Disputes between China and the EU: Are They Manageable?Management of China-EU Trade Disputes: Beyond Disputes and Trade Readership: Trade specialists, trade lawyers, public policy makers, advanced undergraduates and graduate students in trade/business, law, and China Studies.

Law and Fair Work in China

Law and Fair Work in China Book
Author : Sean Cooney,Sarah Biddulph,Ying Zhu
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2013-03-05
ISBN : 1135101736
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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China’s economic reforms have brought the country both major international clout and widespread domestic prosperity. At the same time, the reforms have led to significant social upheaval, particularly manifest in labour relations. Each year, several thousand disputes break out over working conditions, many of them violent, and the Chinese state has responded with both legal and political strategies. This book investigates how Chinese governments have used law, and other forms of regulation, to govern working conditions and combat labour disputes. Starting from the early years of the Republican period, the book traces the evolution of the law of work in modern China right up to the reforms of the present day. It considers the structure of Chinese work law, drawing on both Chinese and Western scholarship to provide new insights into its unique features and assess where the law is innovative and where it is stagnant and unresponsive. The authors explore the various legal and extra-legal techniques successive Chinese governments have adopted to enforce work law and the responses of firms, workers and organizations to these practices.