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China and APEC: Regionalization from China’s Domestic Perspective

  • Shen Ji-ru
Part of the The New Regionalism book series (NERE)

Abstract

In the post-Cold War era, countries are making efforts to create a rational and just international order. The Chinese government as well as the Chinese academic community hold the view that in the present diversified world of increasing economic interdependence and great differences in political systems and levels of economic development, countries need economic co-operation based on equality and mutual benefits. Based on this consideration, China’s leaders made their commitments to APEC co-operation at the Bogor and Osaka meetings.

Keywords

Economic Integration Hydroelectric Power Station Regional Economic Integration ASEAN Regional Forum Investment Liberalization 
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