The last year has seen extensive discussion of China’s Foreign NGO Law, focusing especially on whether or not the law would cause a major shift in the kind of work foreign NGOs are able to do in the mainland. Less often examined, however, is how China’s new regulatory structure differs from those of other countries or territories. The most obvious comparison is with other countries that have also recently implemented laws aimed at foreign non-profits, but it could be more helpful to examine the differences between NGO regulation in China and in countries that have large numbers of NGOs operating in China.

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