practical legal guide for conducting business in the Republic of China
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Published by P.S.P. Hsu, Ching hsiao chʻu Kuo li Tʻai-wan ta hsüeh fa hsüeh yüan fa lü hsi in [S.l.], [Tʻai-pei shih .
Written in English



  • Taiwan.,
  • China.


  • Commercial law -- Taiwan.,
  • Taxation -- Law and legislation -- China.

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StatementPaul S.P. Hsu = [Tʻou tzu yü ching chi fa chan : Chung-hua min kuo shang shih fa lü wen tʻi li lun yü shih chi chih yen chiu / Hsü Hsiao-po chu].
Series[Kuo li Tʻai-wan ta hsüeh fa hsüeh tsʻung shu ;, 33]
LC ClassificationsKNP7.3.B87 H78 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 169 p. ;
Number of Pages169
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3113439M
LC Control Number82221954

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