We are pleased to release three new products:
1. The English translation of Guiding Case No. 26, the first guiding case on open government information: LI Jianxiong v. Department of Transport of Guangdong Province, A Case About Open Government Information, China Guiding Cases Project, English Guiding Case (EGC26), Mar. 12, 2014 (Express Edition), available at http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/guiding-cases/guiding-case-26 .
2. A Commentary: Mei Gechlik and DAI Di, Guiding Case No. 26 and China’s Open Government Information System, China Guiding Cases Project, Mar. 12, 2014, available at http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/10-gechlik-and-dai .
3. A Chinese law summary on Foreign Investment Laws http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/english-law-summaries/foreign-investment-law/ .
Our recent release of the Guiding Cases AnalyticsTM has been gaining traction! Thank you! Guiding Cases AnalyticsTM analyzes trends in the Guiding Cases selected and released by China’s Supreme People’s Court and identifies important issues for further study.
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