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  Administrative Division System
China had 663 cities by the end of 2000, of which 13 had populations of more than two million each in the urban area; 27, between one and two million; 53, between 500,000 and one million; 218, between 200,000 and 500,000; and 352, less than 200,000.
In the course of city planning, China implements the principle of "strictly controlling the size of large cities, developing medium-sized cities rationally and developing small cities actively." Medium-sized cities with populations of less than 500,000 and small cities with populations of less than 200,000 grew rapidly from the 1980s.
Situated on the north edge of the North China Plain, it is sheltered by chains of mountains to the west, north and east.
www.chinatravelhub.com /news/c002.htm   (867 words)

  
 China
China is extremely cautious and responsible in the management of its nuclear weapons, and has established strict rules and regulations and taken effective measures to ensure the safety and security of its nuclear weapons.
China exercises a joint military-civilian land and sea border management system, headed by the military and with a sharing of responsibilities between the military and the local authorities.
China maintains that the exploration and utilization of outer space should be for the sole purpose of promoting the economic, scientific and cultural development of all countries, and benefiting all mankind.
www.nti.org /db/china/engdocs/wpnd2000.htm   (13805 words)

  
 General Introduction to the Est   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
China started to implement the policy of the reform and opening to the outside world and earnest lie correct the "Left" errors of the "cultural revolution" and before.
China had now entered a new historical development period, and the building of China's legal system also entered a new period of development.
Mean while, China started an all-round reexamination of the counterrevolutionary and other criminal cases brought during the "cultural revolution." In light of the principle of "seeking truth from facts and correcting all mistakes whenever found," a large of false, unjust cases and wrong cases were redressed and corrected.
asnic.utexas.edu /asnic/countries/china/chinalegal.html   (5199 words)

  
 Library of Congress / Federal Research Division / Country Studies / Area Handbook Series/ China / Glossary
A system through which the people influence the policies of the government and party members influence the policies of the party; while the government and party maintain centralized administrative power to carry out the policies demanded by their constituents.
A Chinese idiom referring to the system of guaranteed lifetime employment in state enterprises, in which the tenure and level of wages are not related to job performance.
The majority of foreign investment in China is by overseas Chinese, and more than 90 percent of all foreign tourists who visit China are overseas Chinese.
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 China Judicial Assistance
China has advised the United States that the granting of authority for the taking of that deposition should not be regarded as a precedent.
China deposited its instruments of accession to the Hague Evidence Convention December 8, 1997.
Lawyers in the Chinese system therefore do not necessarily assume the advocacy role expected of lawyers in the United States, but rather have obligations to the State as well as to their "clients." Anyone who retains the services of a lawyer in China should understand this difference between the American and Chinese legal systems.
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 China
"China is of the view that, in addition to improving international laws and imposing strict restrictions on the use and transfer of landmines, the most pressing task before us now is to assist mine affected countries to clear abandoned mines that are threatening the life of the civilians.
China's use of APLs under legitimate circumstances is entirely aimed at preventing foreign military interference and aggression so as to maintain national unity and territorial integrity and safeguard its people's well-being.
The Government of the People's Republic of China deems that the basic spirit of the Convention reflects the reasonable demand and good intention of numerous countries and peoples of the world regarding prohibitions or restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which are excessively injurious or have indiscriminate effects.
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 List of administrative divisions of Hunan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The administrative divisions of Hunan, a province of the People's Republic of China, consists of prefecture-level divisions subdivided into county-level divisions then subdivided into township-level divisions.
All of these administrative divisions are explained in greater detail at Political divisions of China.
Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_administrative_divisions_of_Hunan   (112 words)

  
 Letter from Human Rights Watch to President Bush (Human Rights Watch, 16-11-2005)
Indeed, China’s stability in the 21st century, and the role it plays in the international community, will depend in great measure on the extent to which it gives its people lawful, peaceful democratic outlets to express their opinions, pursue their aims, and create public accountability.
China has reserved for itself the right to distinguish between a “religion” and a “cult” and to severely limit the activity of the latter.
Among the most important are China’s excessive use of the death penalty, the lack of meaningful review of death sentences, the misuse of administrative detention, and the lack of fair trials by weighting trial and pre-trial procedures in favor of the state.
www.hrw.org /english/docs/2005/11/16/china12043.htm   (5115 words)

  
 CNS - Strengthening China's Export Control System
Effective implementation will depend on the resources China's central government is willing to put into improving and strengthening its export control infrastructure through personnel training, dissemination of export control regulations, corporate compliance education, interagency review and approval processes streamlining, and the establishment of a viable post-shipment end user/use verification system.
China announced the promulgation of the Regulations on Export Control of Missiles and Missile-related Items and Technologies and the Control List in August 2002.
China's current conventional arms export controls are based on the October 1997 Regulations on Export Control of Military Items.
cns.miis.edu /research/china/chiexp/prcxc.htm   (4481 words)

  
 Country Profile - China
China encourages the establishment of an international trade regime that is fair, stable, non-discriminatory, predictable and takes into account the interests of developing nations.
A comprehensive system of administrative agencies for water and soil conservation ranging from the central Government to local authorities was established.
There are two major trends in China's rural employment: the growth of aquaculture and livestock-growing has decreased the number of labourers in agriculture; and the trend of rural labourers going to cities for work has led to an annual increase in employment of 10%.
www.un.org /esa/earthsummit/china-cp.htm   (14273 words)

  
 The Legislative System of China - china.org.cn
In China, the term "legislation" means specially defined activities by a specially appointed organ to work out, recognize and change laws and regulations by using its designated rights, following certain procedures and applying the necessary technique.
China's current legislation system is one for the division of legislative power, which has many levels existing at the same time and is a combination of categories.
China's legislation includes the legislation of the National People's Congress and its Standing Committee, regulation making by the State Council and its relevant departments, as well as the legislation of ordinary localities, ethnic autonomous regions, special economic zones and special administrative regions.
www.china.org.cn /english/features/legislative/75857.htm   (176 words)

  
 China and Inner Asia Sessions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
However, because the CHGIS project is focused on the regular administrative divisions officially designated within the Chinese political system, this project has yet to incorporate available information on the political divisions within Inner Asian regions that were independent of, only loosely integrated with, or gradually being absorbed within traditional forms of Chinese rule.
Indeed, an examination of the earlier printed maps that served as the basis for CHGIS shows no internal divisions for many of the frontier areas, which were often designated as tributary vassal states by the Chinese, but had their own internal conception of administrative divisions that went unknown or unmentioned in the Chinese sources.
Distinct from both the county-province system of China and the Eight Banners developed in Manchuria, the Mongolian banners were defined by territory and by descent.
www.aasianst.org /absts/2005abst/China/C-15.htm   (1105 words)

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