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Mark, welcome to the still-too-small China law blogosphere!
Just one question: where’s your RSS feed link?
Thank you for the feedback, we will get a RSS feed link up today!
What are your observations re the new leadership – youthfulness? education? modernization of policies? openness? IP considerations/control/non-control?
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