Business in China: Manacling the mandarins - The Economist

Business in China: Manacling the mandarins

Business in China: Manacling the mandarins - The Economist
Business in China: Manacling the mandarins
Published Aug 21, 2004
527 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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China's powerful bureaucrats have lost a lawsuit AN OBSCURE legal dispute about trademarks may signal a turning point in China's long march toward the rule of law. In the past month, Chinese legal experts have been unusually excited...

  
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