China EU Trade Disputes and Their Management

This book delves into the trade disputes between the EU and China and identifies the causes for trade disputes.

Author: Kong Qingjiang

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9814273406

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 189

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This book delves into the trade disputes between the EU and China and identifies the causes for trade disputes. It examines how the disputes will shape the China-EU trade relations, and offers a macro overview on how the issues can be resolved or at least how they should be managed.

Law and Diplomacy in the Management of EU Asia Trade and Investment Relations

It is the hope of the author that research on this topic will shed light not merely on the complexity of the ChinaEU trade and clean energy relations and their approach to managing disputes ...

Author: Chien-Huei Wu

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0429867565

Category: Political Science

Page: 260

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This volume fills a gap in the literature regarding questions around the interactive dynamics between law and diplomacy on international trade and investment. It brings together lawyers and political scientists from Europe and Asia in an interdisciplinary effort at tracing the respective roles of law and diplomacy in the relations of the European Union (EU) with its trade and investment partners in Asia. Focusing on trade and investment relations with Asia, the EU presents a particularly interesting case as it has been a strong proponent of a rules-based international economic order for years and a frequent user of the formal procedures established in international treaties in case of disputes. At the same time, it has kept diplomatically active to adjust dispute management and international agreements to the needs and demands of the partners involved. Furthermore, not only is this region of crucial importance due to the presence of both vigorous emerging economies, like China, India and Vietnam, and more established partners, like Japan, EU-Asia relations also present a broad set of economic disputes and recent negotiation efforts analyzed in the contributions to this volume. This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of international trade/economic law, EU politics, EU external relations (law), international relations, diplomacy and more broadly to international relations and Asian studies.

China s International Investment Strategy

became the EU's 'second-largest trading partner outside Europe'.18 When the trade imbalance escalated, EU–China ... on textile disputes between the EU and China see Qingjiang Kong, China-EU Trade Disputes and Their Management (World ...

Author: Julien Chaisse

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0198827458

Category:

Page: 560

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Since China adopted its 'open door' policy in 1978, which altered its development strategy from self-sufficiency to active participation in the world market, its goal has remained unchanged: to assist the readjustment of China's economy, to coordinate its modernization programs, and to improve its quality of life. With the 1997 launch of the 'Going Global' policy, an outward focus regarding foreign investment was added, to circumvent trade barriers and improve the competitiveness of Chinese firms. In order to accommodate inward and outward investment, China's participation in the international investment regime has underpinned its efforts to join multilateral investment-related legal instruments and conclude international investment agreements. This collection, compiled by award-winning scholar Professor Julien Chaisse, explores the three distinct tracks of China's investment policy and strategy: bilateral agreements including those with the US and the EU; regional agreements including the Free Trade Area of the Asia Pacific; and global initiatives, spear-headed by China's presidency of the G20 and its 'Belt and Road initiative'. The book's overarching topic is whether these three tracks compete with each other, or whether they complement one another - a question of profound importance for the country's political and economic future and world investment governance.

China s Implementation of the Rulings of the World Trade Organization

This WTO dispute, therefore, is clearly a retaliatory action taken by the EU aiming to 'get China to make changes in the ... see, eg, Ji and Huang, above n 11, 24; Qingjiang Kong, China-EU Trade Disputes and Their Management (Singapore, ...

Author: Weihuan Zhou

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1509913564

Category: Law

Page: 280

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Amid the ongoing crisis surrounding the WTO, China's role and behaviour in the multilateral trading system has attracted overwhelming attention. This timely monograph provides the first comprehensive and systemic analysis of China's compliance with the rulings of the WTO's dispute settlement mechanism (DSM). It covers all the disputes in which China has been a respondent during its 17-year WTO membership and offers a detailed discussion of China's implementation of adverse WTO rulings, its approaches to settling WTO disputes, the possible explanations for such approaches, and post-compliance issues. The book shows how China has utilised the limitations and flexibilities of WTO rulings to ensure that its implementation of the rulings not only delivers adequate compliance but also maintains its own interests. Overall, this book argues that the issues relating to the quality of China's compliance and post-compliance practices concern the loopholes within the DSM itself which may be utilised by all WTO Members. However, despite the loopholes, China's record of compliance suggests that the DSM has been largely effective in inducing compliance and influencing domestic policy-making. It is therefore in the interest of all WTO Members and other stakeholders to protect the DSM as the 'crown jewel' of the multilateral trading system.

The Growth Oriented Economic Policy of the EU

China-EU Trade Disputes and Their Management, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. Official Journal of the European Union, 2012. Consolidated Version of the Treaty on European Union.

Author: Angelo Santagostino

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1527558126

Category: Political Science

Page: 336

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Growth is slow in the EU, but growth potentialities remain high, in spite of the exit of the UK and in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we can observe a disparity between reality and potentialities. Does the persistent difference between expected and real benefits mean that the EU integration model is not working? No. It continues to be effective, because it is rule-based. However, these rules are not enough to grasp all the potentialities of integration. We need a better-integrated single European market and a more open trade policy, in the framework of health, security, safety, energy, environment and labour standards, establishing the rules of the competition, but leaving the economic agents free to act. The book explores Brexit, capital markets, energy, health and bilateral trade policies with the main European partners, in the light of their effects and contribution to European growth. It emerges that this huge trade block is vital but must find the political capacity to move towards a closer integration, to close the gap between reality and potentiality. The text will appeal to a public interested in the economic problems of the EU, and will be of interest to policy makers and all those who are involved in the process, from proposals to decisions, of making a more integrated Europe.

A Legal Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative

Master in European Interdisciplinary Studies, College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium. ... 2005), China-EU Trade Disputes and Their Legal Management (World Scientific Publishing, Singapore and London, 2012), The Legal Environment for Chinese ...

Author: Giuseppe Martinico

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030460002

Category: Law

Page: 284

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What does the Belt and Road Initiative mean for the existing multilateral organisations? What can it represent for the future of the European Union in the long run? What is the role of hard and soft law in the functioning of the Initiative? What does it represent from a legal theory perspective? This book aspires to contribute to the international debate by gathering scholars with different backgrounds (legal theorists, public international lawyers, comparative lawyers) in a way that they can offer their inputs and observations concerning the Belt and Road Initiative.

Regional Cooperation and Free Trade Agreements in Asia

... 2005), China-EU Trade Disputes and Their Legal Management (Singapore and London:World Scientific Publishing, 2012) and The Legal Environment for Chinese Trade in Textiles (Beijing: China Renmin University Press, 2005).

Author: Jiaxiang Hu

Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

ISBN: 9004279903

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 432

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Regional Coopeartion and FTAs in Asia examines the opportunities and challlenges arising from the proliferation of FTAs in Asia.

Unlikely Partners

This book provides an in-depth analysis of the relations between China and the EU, tracing the development of this complex, yet intriguing, relationship between two substantially different actors.

Author: Anna Michalski

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 981103141X

Category: Political Science

Page: 203

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This book provides an in-depth analysis of the relations between China and the EU, tracing the development of this complex, yet intriguing, relationship between two substantially different actors. To uncover a deeper understanding of this unlikely partnership, the authors analyze the partnership through the prism of contending norms and worldviews. The China-EU strategic partnership has evolved through fits and starts but despite continuous trade disputes and severe diplomatic misunderstandings, the EU and China pledge to uphold, even deepen, the partnership. Policy experts and scholars will learn how such contending bilateral relationships can be managed and establish a better understanding of deep-seated conceptual differences between these two entities.

The European Union and China

... apparently technocratic management of trade disputes and opened up the possibilities of broader politicisation. The crisis, which made its initial and dramatic impact in early 2005, thus posed major problems of management for the EU ...

Author: Georg Wiessala

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN: 904202741X

Category: History

Page: 295

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This volume brings together the best of contemporary critical analysis of EU-China relations, offered here by an international team of policy analysts, academics and practitioners. The fifteen chapters assembled in this book represent a wide-ranging investigation of the development and framework of EU-China relations and its wider geo-political context. This includes an examination of key areas of concern, such as human rights, economic cooperation, energy security, sports, maritime safety and media policy. Many aspects of EU-China relations covered in this title have, until now, not been available for systematic scrutiny by a wider public. Importantly, this collection presents an examination of the significance of China's relations with selected global partners – such as the US, Russia, India and Central Asia – for the further evolution of Sino-EU interaction. It should be read by anyone interested in EU foreign policies, the future of China-EU strategic partnership, China's place in the world, and the development of a multi-polar world order.

Dispute Resolution in China

This book is a necessary resource for arbitration and litigation attorneys, as well as other professionals conducting business in China’s increasingly regulated and complex business environment.

Author: Michael J. Moser

Publisher: Juris Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1933833742

Category: Dispute resolution (Law)

Page: 458

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Dispute Resolution in China provides an up-to-date summary, commentary and analysis of how disputes are settled in today’s China. Like in many other jurisdictions, litigation and arbitration are the main dispute resolution methods to settle large commercial disputes in China. While litigation is more commonly used in domestic commercial disputes, arbitration is the most popular dispute resolution method among foreign parties who conduct business in China or with Chinese parties. Each of the chapters contained in this book deals with a selected topic in dispute resolution and is authored by a leading expert in the field. This book is a necessary resource for arbitration and litigation attorneys, as well as other professionals conducting business in China’s increasingly regulated and complex business environment.