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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 研究中心 > 研究中心出版品 > 中國研究通訊 > 第四期 >  「東協-中國FTA」與台灣應有之策略思維

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    Title: 「東協-中國FTA」與台灣應有之策略思維
    Other Titles: ASEAN-China FTA and Taiwan's Strategic Thinking
    Authors: 江啟臣;Chiang, Chi-Chen
    Date: 2005/03/31
    Publisher: 國立清華大學當代中國研究中心
    Relation: 中國研究通訊, 當代中國研究中心, 國立清華大學, 2005, no.4
    Keywords: 中國研究通訊
    Abstract: Following a series of declarations and agreements, ASEAN and China have
    eventually signed the free trade agreement (FTA) that is expected to create a free trade area with 1.8
    billion people in 2010. In addition to its potential economic and commercial impacts, the ASEAN-China FTA is likely to result in diplomatic and psychological marginalization for Taiwan in the short term. Under such circumstance, this article suggests that Taiwan thinks strategically and takes necessary measures to lessen the agreement's impacts via WTO and APEC, by winning support from the US, by striving to participate in the first East Asian Summit, by utilizing Taiwan's comparative advantage in commerce, by reinforcing its sovereignty claim to the South China Sea, and by taking into account the diplomatic effect of marrying Southeast Asian people.
    URI: http://cfcc.nthu.edu.tw/~newsletters/series/4/feature2_jiang.htm
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