George Barker, Deborah Cass, Brett Williams (eds)
Cambridge University Press (31 March 2003)
The key issues relating to China's accession to the WTO are analysed by leading scholars in this volume. Will China's membership burden the WTO's dispute settlement systems? What effects will it have upon liberalisation of telecommunications, textiles, banking, and insurance, copyright and patent protection within China and the rest of the world? This book considers if the inclusion of a major non-western power, and the tenth largest trading nation in the world, will alter the international trading system, as well as encourage domestic legal and economic reform in China.
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