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Aspects juridiques des investissements chinois en France dans le secteur du vin

Abstract : For historical reasons, China has a conservative and relatively closed legal culture. At the same time, the wine sector in France, seen as a national heritage, is also marked by strong conservatism. Moreover, western vitivinicultural practice hardly ever existed before its recent introduction in China. The Chinese investment in France in the wine sector was forced to break through a tunnel between two isolated worlds. During this particular process, legal risks and litigation arise due to legal surprises that may arise during the investment process. Faced with this problem, the written law seems insufficient, given the peculiarities of Chinese investment and the specificities of the wine sector. When these two particularities meet, new legal instruments are created. Specific practices for this purpose are "invented" by the parties involved, in order to eliminate the risks as well as possible litigations caused by the shortcomings of the written law.
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Lin Li. Aspects juridiques des investissements chinois en France dans le secteur du vin. Droit. Université Montpellier, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017MONTD010⟩. ⟨tel-01698389⟩



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