EU trade relations with Emerging Asia: identifying the issues

Sindzingre, Alice and Gavin, Brigid, (2009). EU trade relations with Emerging Asia: identifying the issues. Asia Europe Journal, 7(1), 9-22

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  • Author Sindzingre, Alice
    Gavin, Brigid
    Title EU trade relations with Emerging Asia: identifying the issues
    Appearing in Asia Europe Journal
    Volume 7
    Issue No. 1
    Publication Date 2009
    Place of Publication Berlin/Heidelberg
    Publisher Springer
    Start page 9
    End page 22
    Language EN
    Abstract

    Trade interdependence between Europe and Asia has rapidly increased in recent years. EuropeAsia trade flows now constitute a 'third link' in the global economy. As trade expands, however, global trade governance has declined and free trade agreements (FTAs) have increased. Hence, the Global Europe strategy has been designed to enhance trade relations with emerging Asia which is the most dynamic region in the global economy today. But Asia's model of export led growth leaves it more exposed to shocks emanating from outside the region than ever before raising questions about its sustainability. Deep integration agreements between Europe and Asia are needed to foster economic growth. They also need a development dimension to help Asian countries address their key development challenges.

    Copyright Holder Springer-Verlag
    Copyright Year 2009
    Copyright type All Rights Reserved
    ISBN 16102932; Online: 16121031
    DOI 10.1007/s10308-008-0220-0
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