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China is becoming more assertive in international legal disputes<\/b>IN EARLY JANUARY the Communist Party published a five-year plan for the development of \u201csocialist rule of law with Chinese characteristics\u201d. Most of the document is domestically focused, but one section is devoted to foreign matters. It calls on China to help shape international law, to turn itself into the first choice of jurisdiction when resolving cross-border disputes and to promote the use of Chinese law abroad.Source: The Economist #Sep12<\/a>https:\/\/t.co\/AzW7lB1Pz4<\/a>#China<\/a> #CCP<\/a> #Law<\/a> #XiJinping<\/a><\/div>\n\n