2010 Course Handbook
BUSL388: China Trade and Investment Law
This unit gives students an overview of Chinese laws that are relevant to foreign trade and foreign investment in China, and conducts a critical analysis of these laws. The global impact of these laws is also analysed, along with how the law impacts on Australia. Topics covered include: important aspects of Chinese commercial law (including foreign trade law, foreign investment laws, contract law, labour law, intellectual property law, environmental law, taxation and company law); the Chinese governmental system; the Chinese Constitution; legal system; the influence of Chinese legal history on law and legal culture in China today; law making mechanisms in China; the influence of Chinese culture on the conduct of business in China; and the progress of China in world trade markets as a result of its membership of the World Trade Organisation.
D2 - Day; Offered in the second half-year
Summer Session - Offered in January-February as part of Summer School program
|Staff Contact(s):||Ms Patricia Blazey, Dr Kay-Wah Chan|
Department of Business Law
For unit timetable information please visit the Timetables@Macquarie Website .