76009 Introduction to Chinese Business Law6cp
Requisite(s): ( 70327 Introduction to Property and Commercial Law OR (70110 Introduction to Law AND (76006c Public International Law OR 70108c Public International Law OR 76110c Introduction to Public International Law)))
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Anti-requisite(s): 78026 Business and Law in China AND 78118 Business and Law in China
With China's emergence as a new economic superpower, and with ever-deepening business ties between Australia and China, it is crucial that students gain an up-to-date understanding of Chinese business law and an awareness of major differences between Australian and Chinese legal and business cultures. The subject is important for students wishing to understand the interactions between law, business, politics and culture in China today. Students are able to develop practical and research skills that assist them in understanding the business law environment in China in contrast to that of Australia.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125