One of the most challenging aspects of China’s integration into the world economy is the weak application of the rule of law to interactions between private and public spheres (as well as among individuals). It “appears(link to Financial Times story)”:http://news.ft.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=FT.com/StoryFT/FullStory&c=StoryFT&cid=1071251721435&p=1012571727102 that this may be about to change bq. China’s Communist party on Monday formally called for protection of private property to be written into the country’s constitution along with references to the political theory of former president Jiang Zemin.
Peter Gallagher is a leading Australian consultant on trade and public policy.[bio].
"I can help you with strategies for, and analysis of, international markets, law and regulations, trade agreements, export policies, import restrictions… I also offer reports, conferences and master-classes for government officials and industry associations on international trade research."
Email: Peter Gallagher