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Unprecedented International Status: Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the HKSAR'S External Autonomy

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Affiliations: 1: Dr. ZENG Huaqun is a Law Professor and Director of International Economic Law Institute, Xiamen University, China; Executive Vice President, Chinese Society of International Economic Law; Member, Standing Council, Chinese Society of International Law; Visiting Research Fellow in East Asian Institute (EAI), National University ofSingapore, Singapore (1998-1999); Visiting Scholar in School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK (1996, 1998), Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, Switzerland (1995-1996), Faculty of Law, Hong Kong University (1993) and College of Law, Willamette University, USA (1987-1988). He may be contacted at


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