SHI Jingxia

Dean and Professor, UIBE Law School; E15 Initiative

Professor of Law and Dean, China University of International Business & Economics    (UIBE) Law School; Director, UIBE International Law Institute (ILI) and UIBE Research Center for Unification of Commercial Law (RCUCL). Focuses on international economic law, particularly, WTO law on trade in services. Author of ‘Free Trade and Cultural Diversity in International Law’ and numerous journal articles on trade law. Frequently counseled by Chinese government agencies in terms of policy and regulation on services trade. PhD in Law and LLB, Wuhan University, China; JSD and LLM, Yale Law School.

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16 September 2010
China has promoted indigenous innovation through an array of plans and measures in recent years. However, the moves, and particularly the newly launched national indigenous product accreditation system, have caused widespread concern about trade protectionism among foreign firms. While China has...