Delegated Legislative Power of the Shenzhen SEZ

  • Madeleine Martinek



(You [the Shenzhen local government] should be bolder in carrying out reform and opening up, dare to make experiments and should not act as women with bound feet.)


Empowerment Decision Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Shenzhen Municipal Legislative Commission Shenzhen City 
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  • Madeleine Martinek
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  1. 1.BerlinGermany

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