Prof. Lim’s new piece with Mitsuo Matsushita “Taming Leviathan as Merchant” addresses where the gaps might lie between the PRC and the United States in the regulation of State-owned enterprises. It appears in the World Trade Review. Other recent publications include “The Function of the Transnational Chinese Contract”, Journal of World Investment & Trade, about the extent to which transboundary Chinese contracts are protected under international law, and “Finding a Workable Balance Between Investor Protection and the Public Interest” in Benedict Kingsbury et al, Megaregulation Contested (Oxford: OUP, 2019).
Please consult the following links:
World Trade Review: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/world-trade-review/article/taming-leviathan-as-merchant-lingering-questions-about-the-practical-application-of-transpacific-partnerships-stateowned-enterprises-rules/136A133E7E66E30FD03365BD67833C13
Megaregulation Contested: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/megaregulation-contested-9780198825296?cc=hk&lang=en&