China’s Policymaking for Regional Economic Cooperation by Yang Jiang

By Yang Jiang

Utilizing first-hand interview facts, Yang Jiang finds the main traits of China's alternate and fiscal politics after its WTO accession. specifically, she highlights the effect of competing household pursuits, executive organizations and varied principles on China's overseas monetary coverage.

Show description

Read Online or Download China’s Policymaking for Regional Economic Cooperation PDF

Similar business development books

Bids, Tenders and Proposals: Winning Business Through Best Practice

A pragmatic advisor to profitable contracts and investment via aggressive bids, tenders and suggestions. utilizing examples and checklists, it explains the way to create bids which are awesome in either technical caliber and cost for cash.

Capacity Building in Economic Education And Research: Lessons Learned And Future Directions

This e-book provides papers from the convention on ''Scaling up the good fortune of capability construction in fiscal schooling and Research,'' which happened in Budapest on the vital eu college campus. It contains contributions from key researchers, teachers and coverage makers from Europe, the us, and constructing international locations that determine and brainstorm on means construction demanding situations.

Organizational Change: Sociological Perspectives

In recent times, there was an explosion of books at the nature of organisational switch and the administration abilities had to successfully hold it out. Many are written via switch authorities and administration specialists supplying fast fixes and metaphor weighted down enterprise toolkits, although, a lot in their suggestion is banal and under-theorized.

The Routledge Handbook on Cities of the Global South

The renaissance in city idea attracts without delay from a clean specialise in the missed realities of towns past the west and embraces the worldwide south because the epicentre of urbanism. This instruction manual engages the advanced ways that towns of the worldwide south and the worldwide north are swiftly moving, the important for a number of genealogies of information construction, in addition to a range of empirical access issues to appreciate modern city dynamics.

Extra info for China’s Policymaking for Regional Economic Cooperation

Sample text

As Japan and South Korea have a lot of interest in investment in China, they demanded that an investment treaty should be signed first as precondition to launching the FTA negotiations. China accepted the demand, as China also hoped to protect its investors in its push for domestic companies to ‘go out’ (zou chuqu). Negotiations over a trilateral investment treaty were launched in 2007 and signed in May 2012. At the same time, in the trilateral FTA discussions, South Korea and Japan blamed each other for dragging their feet and expressed interest in a bilateral FTA with China first, for fear of losing to each other in the Chinese market.

The CAFTA was the first free trade agreement proposed by China to another country and the first to be signed and implemented. As discussed above, it is one of the most significant developments in the history of Chinese economic diplomacy and participation in regionalism in the Asia Pacific. The AUCFTA is the first free trade arrangement negotiated by China with a major developed country. China’s foreign economic policymaking institutions have Introduction 31 changed from the time of the CAFTA; so have policy inputs representing various interests or ideas into the policymaking process.

The trade volume between China and ASEAN was small in terms of China’s total trade, but significant for the provinces. Therefore, the local governments were worried that they would lose the advantage over other provinces when CAFTA came into force. At the same time, they hoped better market access would provide more opportunities for them to develop manufacturing and services industries. Moreover, the successful paths of the Special Economic Zones in coastal China taught them that being a window of China’s economic liberalisation would usually accelerate economic development.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.29 of 5 – based on 42 votes