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existed in the political and cultural life of different countries for centuries. 5 It is true that the international community has paid close attention to the differences in civilizations and the differing views on human rights brought by such differences for a long time, but there is still no sufficient

In: Chinese Yearbook of Human Rights, Volume 5 (2023)
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characteristics create a unique corporate form—the modern corporation. Several milestones in the history of modern corporations are worth mentioning. The first Industrial Revolution (1760–1830) is a major turning point in history, which brought about wide-ranging changes in nearly every aspect of daily life. It

In: Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility
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Development Index Source: Global Footprint Network, Annual Report 2012 The HDI index (the horizontal axis) provides a number between zero and one, which represents the level of the quality of living conditions. Three variables are used in a calculation of the HDI index: real living standard, life

In: Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility
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economic need (e.g., money) and want for living (e.g., service). A desperate situation concerns not only economic constraints but also hardships in life, health, or reputation. It is therefore clear that economic compulsion or pressure is recognized in China as a ground for making a contract voidable

In: Chinese Contract Law - Theory & Practice, Second Edition
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special attention as a matter of national interest. These are (1) maritime zones and national borders; (2) utilization of natural resources (living and non-living resources); (3) transnational crime; (4) navigation security and safety (domestic and international); (5) coordination of law enforcement

In: Encyclopedia of Ocean Law and Policy in Asia-Pacific
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China in the development of food safety law and standards, public attitudes and expec- tations about food safety, and the role of government in confronting food safety problems. Its many-faceted legacy remains a constant presence in daily life in China today. This chapter and the following two

In: Food Safety Law in China
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. Ames, R.T. and Hall, D.L., Daodejing “Making This Life Significant”: A Philosophical Translation (New York, Ballantine books, 2003). ‘Amnesty Urges Fonterra to Condemn Executions’ (25 November 2009), The New Zealand Herald, available at http://www.nzh-erald.co.nz/fonterras-chinese-milk -scandal

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daily economic life, but also appears in the development of the international legal system, especially in the fields of high seas fisheries and international environmental protection. For purposes of statistics concerning fish catches, a list of major fishing areas is maintained by the fao . 3 The

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In: Asian Yearbook of International Law, Volume 22 (2016)
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provides assistance for asylum seekers living in a community to maintain their daily life during the period in which the asylum application is assessed until they are recognised as refugees or 28 days after their application is declined. The Australian government offers professional, individual and free

In: Chinese Refugee Law
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island where the population leads a normal life, depending on the maritime resources. 34 The Tribunal considers that, although the size of a maritime feature has correlation with the availability of food, water, space for living and resources for economic life, the size for itself is not conclusive with

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In: Asian Yearbook of International Law, Volume 21 (2015)