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The General Principles of Civil Law, Party Groups, and the Belt and Road Initiative


The General Principles of Civil Law, Party Groups, and the Belt and Road Initiative

Originally published in Chinese on the Forgotten Archipelagoes Blog, this short, 3,000 words web essay presents some thoughts about how China’s General Principles of Civil Law may contribute to more firmly entrenching the authority of Party groups in State-owned enterprises, in private companies, and in Chinese and foreign non-governmental organizations. This process is relevant both to the construction of a social credit system, and to the OBOR. The essay explores the nature of Party groups in Party and state legislation, and it has been researched using publicly available sources only.

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Shaanxi People’s Government General Office Notice on the 2015 One Belt One Road Action Plan


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