Financial Restructuring and Reform in Post-WTO China
This book addresses the on-going process of financial restructuring and reform in post-WTO China from a legal perspective, providing the most up-to-date and comprehensive resource available on China’s WTO financial services liberalization process and its legal implications.
This book is the result of a significant international, interdisciplinary research project based in AIIFL in collaboration with the Faculty of Law’s East Asian International Economic Law and Policy Programme. The project received financial support from the Hong Kong Research Grants Council through Competitive Earmarked Research Grants, and the University of Hong Kong’s Strategic Research Areas initiatives.
Douglas Arner is HKU’s Kerry Holdings Professor in Law, co-founder and director of the Asian Institute of International Financial Law and convenor of AIIFL’s East Asian International Economic Law and Policy (EAIEL) Programme.