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    • 1.

      The Origins of Buddhism

      by James Mclean Bowie - 2006-11-25
      Buddhism as a religious tradition started during the life of Buddha who was known as Siddhartha Gautama, also known as Shakyamuni.Buddha was born in India around the end of the sixth century.The teach...
    • 2.

      Is It Getting Crowded Around Here? A Different Perspective

      by Kevin J. Price - 2006-11-28
      John McCormick of the Chicago Tribune starts an article with the following headlines:"NEXT STOP FOR U.S. POPULATION:300,000,0001 BIRTH EVERY 7 SECONDS1 DEATH EVERY 13 SECONDS1 IMMIGRANT ARRIVES EVERY ...
    • 3.

      Investing In China: Arbitrating Your Disputes

      by David Carnes - 2006-11-29
      Arbitration is the most popular commercial dispute resolution method in China. An arbitration agreement, whether before or after a dispute arises, is a necessary prerequisite to any form of arbitratio...
    • 4.

      Intellectual Property Protection In China

      by David Carnes - 2006-11-29
      If imitation is indeed the sincerest form of flattery, then the Chinese can be very sincere flatterers indeed. But if you prefer prosperity over flattery it would be wise to take precautions against l...
    • 5.

      Establishing a Shareholding Company in China

      by David Carnes - 2006-11-30
      The establishment of a Foreign Invested Company Limited by Shares (also known as a "joint stock company") was designed to accommodate investors seeking to issue shares to the public or to list on the ...
    • 6.

      Setting Up a Representative Office in China: Restrictions

      by David Carnes - 2006-11-30
      Chinese foreign investment law does not permit a Representative Office to carry out direct business activities. It is limited to activities such as market research, product promotion, and liaison. It ...
    • 7.

      Real Estate Law in China for Foreign Investors

      by David Carnes - 2006-11-30
      What the Law SaysIn China, neither domestic companies nor Foreign Invested Enterprises may own land outright; instead they own Land Use Rights. There are two kinds of Land Use Rights - Allocated and G...
    • 8.

      Corporate Governance for Foreign Investors in China

      by David Carnes - 2006-11-30
      Most Foreign Invested Enterprises (FIEs) are governed by a board of directors and senior management. An exception exists for Cooperative Joint Ventures that the parties have chosen not to incorporate ...
    • 9.

      Insolvency And Corparate Bankruptcy In China

      by David Carnes - 2006-12-01
      InsolvencyChina's insolvency regime is still developing. Insolvency remains a particularly sensitive issue in China because there many technically insolvent state-owned enterprises and financial insti...
    • 10.

      Documentation for Representative Offices in China

      by David Carnes - 2006-12-13
      An application letter signed by the foreign head office's Chairman of the Board or General Manager requesting permission to establish a Representative Office must be prepared and must include the prop...