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The Right to Leave of Chinese Citizens

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This chapter discusses the general provisions on the right to leave of Chinese citizens. It describes the permissibility of those provisions according to the appropriateness of the limits and the legal validity of interpretative provisions. The chapter also discusses the legitimacy of authorities providing prerequisite certificates. There are numerous unacceptable limits on the right to leave of Chinese citizens. General limits on the right to leave are inappropriate and the legal validity of interpretative provisions is doubtful. Special limits on the right to leave are also questionable, based on their discrimination against overseas employment, overseas pilgrimage, overseas study, kinship relationships, social status, heath status and gender. The right to access foreign exchange in China has been significantly limited. The foremost limits are focused on the right to purchase foreign exchange.

Keywords: Chinese citizens; foreign exchange; legal validity; right to leave



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