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Autoren: 
Hannan, Kate
Datum: 
2006
Schriftenreihe/Nr.: 
Copenhagen Discussion Papers No. 2006-8
Zusammenfassung: 
This paper discusses three scenarios concerning China's recent trade negotiations and relations with the United States and the European Union. Chinese commentators and academics are sure that their country 'is firmly on the path of greater integration with the global economy' and that this is 'a path that has provided great benefits for China and for the world in general. However, they are also be well aware of the problems associated with entering a global economy where free trade/level playing field market principles have not ended either agricultural subsidies or import quotas on manufactured goods. Indeed, as argued in this paper, measures taken in the name of neo-liberal free market ideals have, ironically, spawned an ever-growing mass of quotas imposed by the EU and the US on the importation of Chinese clothing, footwear and textiles. Keywords: China, subsidiaries, WTO, USA, EU
Schlagwörter: 
china
kina
usa
eu
wto
international handel
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