Who wins from Chinese-Taiwanese economic interdependence? Realist and liberal assessments

Imaduddin Ahmed Trade between China and Taiwan was worth $77 million in 1979, the first year of Beijing’s opening-up policy. By 1993, cross-strait trade was worth $9.3 billion.[1] Even under strained political relations with a DPP Taiwanese government antagonising China’s political leadership, China accounted for 40% of Taiwan’s exports in 2006 and 70% of its … Continue reading

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