In order to help its ethnic groups advance steadily, Vietnam has made a series of policies for its ethnic groups on polities, economy, education, culture and medical care. This paper tries to explore the impact of those policies on China‘s ethnic groups along the border areas and to suggest ways to further enhance the social and economic development in Guangxi border areas inhabited by the ethnic groups.
Since Vietnam joined ASEAN in 1995, both its GDP and export volume have been growing at high speed. Does this mean Vietnam benefits from joining ASEAN? This paper quantifies the impact of economic integration on its export trade by a gravity model to prove the growth along with problems that hinder the bilateral trade between Vietnam and China.
Myanmar has been listed as one of the most undeveloped countries by the United Nations. Its financial administration is backward with high inflation and huge deficit. Its private banks face crisis and it tightens the control of its exchange currency. Through the exploration of its financial crisis, the paper tries to help China take a lesson from Myanmar and improve Chinese financial management.
Caoutchouc, or natural rubber, is one of the major economic crops in the countries of the sub-region along the Great Mekong River. Through the analysis on the tendency for future development and conditions for planting the crop in the area, the paper offers beneficial suggestions and countermeasures for their further economic cooperation.
The paper explores how to promote the currency cooperation in East Asia from the analysis on the currency policies that China has taken. It begins with the study on its background and motives and then discusses its theory and practice for the cooperation. Finally, it provides countermeasures for the cooperation after the analysis of the defects of China‘s policies on currency.
With the coming into force of “overall economic cooperation frame agreement of China and Association of South-east Asian Nations (CAFTA)”, the tendency of constructing CAFTA investment rules is inevitable. It has three routes to construct mainly. It is the most suitable route to transplant the investment rules of Association of South-east Asian Nations and consult the investment rules of WTO and other regional economic organizations. It should conclude the transnational direct investment in the area (including service trade field). Investment treatment abides by the most-favored-nation treatment principle, but some fields can implement conditional national treatment. Member states at equality and mutual benefit, try to make a detailed and justice investment dispute-solved rules with consensus.
China-ASEAN Free Trade Area is the biggest one that is composed of developing countries. Its establishment will open up a new and bigger market for the development of the industrial parks, mineral processing industry, special agricultural produce and commercial industry in Hezhou, Guangxi, thus providing a new opportunity for the development of its economy.
On May 1, 2004, EU expanded its territory on large scale in its history and ASEAN has just enjoyed its 37th anniversary. By comparison, though both organizations have the same form of integration, the essay spots the following differences, which include different historical backgrounds, different levels of identity among their member states and economic development, and different orientations in ideclogy and value. Taking EU as a paradigm, the paper further explores EU‘s integration process soas to observe the ASEAN‘ s from a different perspective and better understand the theories and practices of the two organizations.
Economic globalization is an undeniable reality and trend of our times. It has been exerting a decisive influence on the development of world legal system all the time. With the development of economic globalization, bourgeois legal system was first established in the major countries of the West, and undertook its colonial expansion to the rest of the world. By the present stage, it has emerged the trend of globalization, and is developing continuously. In such circumstances, to meet the requirements of the trend, China should adopt constructive countermeasures in its legal construction. Firstly, attention should be paid to setting up the legal sense which accords with the demands of glohalization; Secondly, civilized achievements of the world legal system should be absorbed while complete westernization should he abolished. Thirdly, active participations should be encouraged in international or regional legal system and finally, the establishment of legal system should be accelerated to meet the trend.
As an important part of “International Political Economy”(IPE), Critical perspective on International PoliticalEconomy, which deconstmcts the state-centered theory, or dispels the traditional understanding of power, or goes beyond the traditional definition of international actor, has certain theoretical and practical values in teaching and research for China‘s international relations.