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This front matter section of this book Chinese Contract Law Theory and Practice contains table of contents, preface and acknowledgement. The book provides an insight view of Chinese legal system through the law of contract for at least two reasons. First, the contract is the area where the basic economic order and business transactions structure of China are generally affected. Second, contract law is one of the frontiers in China that often directly involve international business dealings and engage the people's courts in dispute settlement process that has foreign litigants or foreign elements.

Keywords: Chinese legal system; contract law



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