Publication date: 24 September 2019
It was an honour for Russell Advocaten to receive a delegation of several distinguished members of the judiciary of the People’s Republic of China. We thank Mr. Zhang Guangqiong, Vice President of the High People’s Court of Hainan Province, Mr. Xu Yahui, President of the Haikou Maritime Court, Mr. Nie Haibo, Administrative court judge of the High People’s Court of Hainan Province, Mr. Wu Yusen, Vice President of the Hainan Second Intermediate People’s Court, and Mr. Li Shaoyun, Vice President of the Sanya Intermediate People’s Court, for visiting our offices.
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