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This timely and incisive editorial coverage is uniquely designed to provide China's legal and business communities with need-to-know information that is not available from any other source. We operate and publish bilingually, in simplified Chinese and English, ensuring that foreign investors, domestic enterprises and their respective legal advisers can unite around a common source of top-quality legal intelligence and analysis.
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