UIBE party chief Jiang Qingzhe addresses the high-end symposium for foreign-related law studies held in Beijing on March 20. [Photo/uibe.edu.cn]
The first high-end symposium for foreign-related law studies opened in Beijing on March 20, with an inauguration ceremony of China's first institute for foreign-related law studies.
Host by the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), the symposium was attended by dozens of experts and scholars in the field of foreign-related law studies. They discussed studies of foreign-related law issues and training of foreign-related law talents.
The UIBE institute is expected to promote studies on fundamental, pioneering and strategic foreign-related law issues and play an active role in the formulation of international rules.
The inauguration of the institute is an important move of UIBE to advance China's law-based governance and better serve the country's opening-up strategy, UIBE party chief Jiang Qingzhe said.