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Sunday, February 12, 2006

CCH to correct wrong texts of Company Law and Securities Law

In the last few days I've posted about problems with the texts of the new Company Law and the new Securities Law that are in circulation. I'm glad to report that CCH, which had published inaccurate texts of both, is listening. Elaine Wong of CCH has posted a comment to this post, saying, "CCH has taken note of the mistakes. We are currently making amendments to both of the laws, which will be updated on the web version in the next few days. The print version will also be corrected in the coming update."

To be fair, CCH is not the only translation supplier that got caught wrong-footed on this. iSinolaw has also got the wrong version of the Company Law; I haven't checked to see whether they have the right version of the Securities Law. Let's see how they compare with CCH in fixing their mistakes.

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The mistakes in the company law and securities law have been corrected in the online version of the China Law for Foreign Business series. The laws in the print version will be revised in the coming update.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused.

CCH Hong Kong Ltd.

Posted by: Elaine Wong | Feb 14, 2006 7:08:02 PM

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