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Title: Chinese Tourism Law: Current Status Quo and Proposed Legal Reform from a Commercial Perspective
Authors: CHAN LAI HING
Keywords: Chinese Tourism Law
Issue Date: 19-Sep-2008
Source: CHAN LAI HING (2008-09-19). Chinese Tourism Law: Current Status Quo and Proposed Legal Reform from a Commercial Perspective. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This paper argues that although China's tourism industry has a bright future ahead, the current state of its legal system is disproportionate to the rapid growth of the tourism industry in general. This is evinced by the existence of numerous problems in China's tourism industry today which have disrupted the market order and affected the profitability of tourism ventures. Thus, the perfection of the legal framework of the tourism industry, led by the enactment of the proposed "Tourism Law" and followed by a series of other legislative overhaul, assumes paramount importance in the restoration of the tourism market order and sustainable development of the tourism industry.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/28140
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