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From Fragmentation to Harmonization of Consumer Law: The Perspective of China Journal article
Journal of Consumer Policy, 2020,Volume: 43,Issue: 1,Page: 35-56
Authors:  Wei,D.
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China  Consumer Law  Fragmentation  Harmonization  
Global impacts of China-US trade tensions Journal article
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, 2020,Volume: 29,Issue: 5,Page: 510-545
Authors:  Pui Sun Tam
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China–us Relation  Global Imbalances  Global Value Chains  Global Vector Autoregression  Trade Tensions  
Invocation of national security exceptions under GATT article XXI: Jurisdiction to review and standard of review Journal article
Chinese Journal of International Law, 2019,Volume: 18,Issue: 3,Page: 695-712
Authors:  Wang,Chao
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China and the “culture and trade” debate: a holistic approach Journal article
International Journal of Cultural Policy, 2019,Volume: 25,Issue: 5,Page: 629-647
Authors:  Neuwirth,Rostam J.
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Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)  BRICS  Culture and trade debate  People’s Republic of China  UNESCO  WTO  
China and the “culture and trade” debate: a holistic approach Journal article
International Journal of Cultural Policy, 2019,Volume: 25,Issue: 5,Page: 629-647
Authors:  Neuwirth,Rostam J.
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Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)  BRICS  Culture and trade debate  People’s Republic of China  UNESCO  WTO  
Explaining US–China economic imbalances: a social perspective Journal article
Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 2019,Volume: 29,Issue: 3,Page: 1097-1111
Authors:  Sheng,Li
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China’s treaty compliance with the WTO: Perspectives of selective adaptation and institutional capacity Journal article
Journal of International and Comparative Law, 2019,Volume: 6,Issue: 1,Page: 139-152
Authors:  Wang,Chao
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China and WTO  Industrial policy  Institutional capacity  Selective adaptation  SOEs  Treaty compliance  
A BODIPY-Based Donor/Donor-Acceptor System: Towards Highly Efficient Long-Wavelength-Excitable Near-IR Polymer Dots with Narrow and Strong Absorption Features Journal article
ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 2019,Volume: 58,Issue: 21,Page: 7008-7012
Authors:  Lei Chen;  Dandan Chen;  Yifei Jiang;  Jicheng Zhang;  Jiangbo Yu;  Christopher C. DuFort;  Sunil R.;  Xuanjun Zhang;  Changfeng Wu;  Daniel T. Chiu
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Bodipy  Invivo Imaging  Narrow-band Absorption  Near-infrared Emission  Semiconducting Polymer Dots  
Transnational norms and governing illegal wildlife trade in China and Japan: elephant ivory and related products under CITES Journal article
Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 2019,Volume: 31,Issue: 5,Page: 373-391
Authors:  Mak,Ginger Jun Ki;  Song,Weiqing
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Data Clustering Using the Cooperative Search Based Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm Conference paper
ICIC 2019: Intelligent Computing Methodologies, Nanchang, China, August 3–6, 2019
Authors:  Chen Guo;  Heng Tang;  Chang Boon Patrick Lee;  Ben Niu
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Data Clustering  K-means  Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm