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China in the Global Economic Governance:From Rule-taker to Rule-maker
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Pages: 18-27
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: Nankai Journal(Philosophy,Literature and Social Science Edition)

Keyword:  ChinaGlobal Economic GovernanceNew International Trade Rules;
Abstract: During the past four decades, China has gradually integrated into the multilateral trading system and accomplished the transition from planned economy to market economy by economic reform and open-door policy as well as joining the WTO. With the rapid growth of emerging economies, the global trade pattern has undergone substantial changes that make necessary the amendment of the traditional international trade and investment rules dominated by developed countries. In this context, since 2013 China has actively participated in the making of the new international trade rules by taking advantages of various platforms, including G20, APEC, regional trade agreements, the Belt and Road Initiative and some financial organizations recently established. In the future global economic governance reform, China should adhere to the development orientation, build mutual beneficial partnerships, explore diversified cooperative mechanisms, maintain flexibility, and draw on the rich experiences from China’s reforms. In the short term, those trade-related areas such as infrastructure building, investment, e-commerce and SMEs could be taken as priorities.
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