Special Economic Zones in China Initiated for Inclusive Growth and Economic Development
Anil Kumar Kanungo
Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management (LBSIM), India
The establishment of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in China has been a focus of study for many developing countries. It was initiated with a notion of experiment that foreign capital is an important instrument to put the country on a growth path of economic development and modernization while simultaneously integrating the inner regions with the main economic activity and development of the country. ....

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The Impact of Colonialism on 19th and Early 20th Century China
Mohammad Shakil WAHED
University of Reading, UK
This essay attempts to critically analyze the overall impact of colonialism on 19th and early 20th century China. The most devastating impact of colonialism had been on the Qing state. The forceful imperialist invasion dealt a major blow to its overall capacity to lead China as a united nation towards prosperity. ....

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Analysis of the Establishment and Closure of the Ta Teh Institute in British Hong Kong
Hung Chung Fun Steven
The Hong Kong Institute of Education,China
The Ta Teh Institute was a prominent and important higher learning institute that existed in Hong Kong during the period of the Chinese Civil War, after the Second World War. The institute was founded in October, 1946 and then forcefully banned by the Hong Kong Government in February, 1949. ....

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The Internationally Mandatory Rules of the PRC
Jinxin DONG
China University of Petroleum
Internationally mandatory rules are the rules of public policy that are applied directly to certain international situations, regardless of the applicable law designated by the conflict of laws. For the first time in the history of Chinese private international law, the PRC passed the Act of the PRC on Application of Law to Foreign-Related Civil Relations, which defines the direct application of the internationally mandatory rules in Article 4....

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Effectively Settling SMEs financing Difficulty with Warehouse Receipt-a Case from China
Hejie ZHANG, Sisi Li
Zhejiang University of Technology,China
SMEs financing is a difficult problem in the world, and it is more difficult in China. The highlight of our paper is that it offers a route which could settle the difficult problem. There are three platforms which can effectively settle SMEs financing difficulty with warehouse receipt. .....

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