1 edition of Chinese economic statecraft found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|On economic statecraft What is economic statecraft? The challenge of state control Economics and Chinas grand strategy Securing strategic raw materials Going out and Chinas search for energy security Rio Tinto and the (in)visible hand of the state Cross-strait economic statecraft Coercive leverage across the Taiwan Strait Interest transformation across the Taiwan Strait Chinas sovereign wealth funds State administration of foreign exchange: a safe tool of economic statecraft What right looks like: the national social security fund The China investment corporation Concluding implications Appendix 1. Coding of the independent variables Appendix 2. China investment corporations direct investments in the aftermath of the financial crisis.|
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market was part of the TPP, Southeast Asian economies would experience doubling of their gross domestic product, with some growing at over such as Vietnam. Capitol Hill should also work to fund innovation in key economic sectors. It has successfully used economic inducements to interfere with decision-making in regional bodies including ASEAN, and to encourage states to switch diplomatic recognition from Taiwan.
Alternatively, Biden should empower partners in the region by increasing defense and economic cooperation. There is little by way of contemporary theory or strategy of geo-economic defence.
As China's power and stature in the international community has grown over the last thirty-years, it has asserted that the South China Sea is a priority issue, and created and employed a vision and strategy to control Chinese economic statecraft.
Even more valuable for China might be the gain in political influence. On the other hand, the pursuit of legal remedies could increase both the reputational and financial costs of economic statecraft.
Some have reacted with ad hoc, discrete measures to deal with imminent geo-economic threats, but few countries have anything resembling a strategy or theory of geo-economic defence. Norris introduces an innovative theory that pinpoints how states employ economic tools of national power to pursue their strategic objectives.
Norris provides an accessible tool kit to help us better understand important economic developments in the People's Republic of China. To demonstrate his case there are three major case study areas: Chinese investments in extractive industries especially petroleumChinese economic policies towards Taiwan and Chinese Sovereign Wealth Funds.
Need to renew geo-economic defences Governments have responded to the threat and experience of US and Chinese economic statecraft — but mostly in ad hoc ways.
However, this minor complaint aside, I learned a lot from reading it.
In this period, the Chinese Communist Party reached a paradoxical consensus: it concluded that the United States was in retreat globally but at the same time was waking up to the China challenge bilaterally.
The contract exempts CRBC from value-added taxes or customs in Montenegro, and since most of the workers are brought in from China, the local economy benefits only very little.