System of Industrial Relations in China Paper
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To this end, I expect that from the list of readings under “Full References” and “Main Texts” in this outline, at least 10 references are used in your submissionor it will fail. Moreover, of the 10 references, no more than five may be drawn from either of the texts under “Main Texts”.
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