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This book is a political–economic analysis of China’s transformation to become a global aviation power.

Author: Chrystal Zhang

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317005131

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 292

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This book is a political–economic analysis of China’s transformation to become a global aviation power. It aims to identify the driving forces that have shaped China’s ever-evolving international air transport policy direction and goals in the past four decades and further determines how and to what extent these driving forces have shaped China’s considerations and strategies when executing its policy goals through bilateral air services negotiations. The findings reveal that China’s international air transport policymaking has remained in the domain of the country’s aviation regulator, which has enjoyed an exclusivity to exercise its power on the air transport sector. The book argues that China’s international air transport policy direction is in alignment with the country’s overall strategic mission and its goal is set to support the country’s endeavour to realise the “China dream.” It concludes that factors at all levels interact with each other with a far-reaching impact on the country’s policy direction and goal setting; however, these factors are constrained by time and circumstances. The book is a must-read for a wide array of audiences, including, but not limited to, scholars and industry professionals who have an interest in China’s political economy, policymaking, international trade, government behaviour, corporate political activities, air transport, aviation liberalisation, and bilateral negotiations.
2020-08-10 By Chrystal Zhang

The book makes recommendations to governments, industry organisations and other stakeholders regarding best practice for the benefit of the industry and the global community as a whole.

Author: Chrystal Zhang

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1409451445


Page: 336

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This book is a political economic analysis of China's transformation to become a global aviation power. It explores how China's policy goal has been achieved and executed through bilateral air services negotiations and how and to what extent the factors have affected the considerations and negotiation outcome. The book aims to identify the driving forces that have shaped China's ever-evolving international air transport policy direction and goals in the past four decades. Using primary data collected from dozens of interviewees and secondary data from various sources, the study examines the time-associated factors and circumstances surrounding a handful rounds of bilateral negotiations between China and its selective counterparts. It further analyses how and to what extent the identified factors have affected China's negotiation strategies and outcome. It argues that China's international air transport policy direction is in alignment with the country's overall strategic mission and its goal is set to support the country's endeavour to realise the "China dream". It concludes that driving forces at international, regional, domestic and institutional levels have an impact on the country's policy direction and goal setting, although these factors are time- and circumstances-constrained. The book is a must read for a wide audience, including but not limited to industry professionals and scholars with an interest in China's political economy, policymaking, international trade, air transport, government behaviour, corporate political activities, aviation liberalisation, and bilateral negotiations.
2020-02-07 By Chrystal Zhang

This book provides a systematic and comprehensive study of China's air cargo industry as well as its policy evolution.

Author: Anming Zhang

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351960014

Category: Transportation

Page: 206

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Air traffic and the aviation industry have grown rapidly on the Chinese mainland in the two and a half decades since China's open door policy. Accession to the WTO will further stimulate trade and foreign direct investment (FDI), intensifying the demand for air cargo services. It will also open up the Chinese economy to foreign participation in the transportation and logistics sectors, making these sectors more competitive and efficient. This book provides a systematic and comprehensive study of China's air cargo industry as well as its policy evolution. It covers the sources and destinations of air cargo in mainland China and Hong Kong: whence it comes and where it goes to. The major hubs of the transportation network - Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Guangzhou - are discussed one by one. The virtual aspects of the network at these hubs in terms of IT applications, preparedness, and needs are examined and compared. Though the subject matter of this book is air cargo, there is considerable coverage of the aviation industry and policy on the mainland and Hong Kong. Changes have been happening so fast there are few books and publications that cover them systematically and comprehensively. Readership includes business executives in airfreight companies, airports and airlines, logistics specialists, aviation university lecturers and students.
2017-09-29 By Anming Zhang

2.2.1 Support to Areas covered by Policy Dialogues Policy dialogues provide a coherent policy mix between development ... China's significance in international trade is now such that the country must demonstrate its ability to ensure ...

Author: Francis Snyder

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781847314956

Category: Law

Page: 1128

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This book is a comprehensive reference book and commentary on basic documents about relations between the EU and the People's Republic of China from 1949 to the present. It contains all significant official and unofficial documents in English and Chinese about EU-China relations since the founding of the PRC in 1949. Since the opening-up of China in 1979, and especially after the establishment of the EU in 1992, relations between the EU and China have developed apace. Today the EU and China are 'strategic partners', with a very broad-based relationship, extending far beyond trade to encompass a growing number of important economic, political, social and cultural domains. The relationship is certain to gain in importance with increasing globalisation, EU expansion, Chinese membership of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), the renewal and development of China, and changes in the international trading system and international politics. This book provides an indispensable foundation for teaching, research, policy-making and advising on EU-China relations. It includes both documents originally published in English and English translations of documents previously available only in Chinese, French or Portuguese. Essential to every library, it will also be required reading for students, teachers, researchers, policy-makers, legal practitioners and government officials in the EU, China, the United States and elsewhere.
2009-03-17 By Francis Snyder

Blonigen, B.A. and W.W. Wilson (2013), 'The growth and patterns of international trade', Maritime Policy and ... 'Will China's airline industry survive the entry of high speed rail?, Research in Transportation Economics, 35, 13–25.

Author: Bruce A. Blonigen

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781785366154


Page: 720

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International trade has grown rapidly over the past half century, accommodated by the transportation industry through concomitant growth and technological change. But while the connection between transport and trade flows is clear, the academic literature often looks at these two issues separately. This Handbook is unique in pulling together the key insights of each field while highlighting what we know about their intersection and ideas for future research in this relatively unexamined but growing area of study.

The Maritime Silk Road (MSR) expanded the international business through the South China Sea. ... position of trade deficit with China, it is also true that it has recorded significant surpluses in both services and high-value products.

Author: Chandan, Harish C.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522575627

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 299

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The current world economy is interconnected; however, due to recent economic crises, trade deficits, and nationalist movements, there is a political trend of economic nationalism that is taking root in countries around the world. As such, global economies around the world are decreasing their international trade and introducing import tariffs and economic protectionism. International Firms’ Economic Nationalism and Trade Policies in the Globalization Era provides a comprehensive understanding of the recent rise of economic nationalism in the context of the hyper-connected global economy by providing strategies and country-specific solutions for domestic and international firms. Covering how multinational corporations can overcome the protectionist sentiments while reinventing their corporate social responsibility models, it showcases how economic nationalism and globalization can successfully coexist. This publication is ideally designed for business leaders, economists, professionals, policymakers, researchers, and academicians.
2019-02-15 By Chandan, Harish C.

''Domestic Regulations and Liberalization of Trade in Services,'' in B. Hoekman, A. Mattoo, and P. English (eds.) ... ''Liberalization and Foreign Direct Investment in Asian Transport Systems: The Case of Aviation,'' paper presented at ...

Author: Aaditya Mattoo

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191553028

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 680

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International trade and investment in services are an increasingly important part of global commerce. Advances in information and telecommunication technologies have expanded the scope of services that can be traded cross-border. Many countries now allow foreign investment in newly privatized and competitive markets for key infrastructure services, such as energy, telecommunications, and transport. More and more people are travelling abroad to consume tourism, education, and medical services, and to supply services ranging from construction to software development. In fact, services are the fastest growing components of the global economy, and trade and foreign direct investment (FDI) in services have grown faster than in goods over the past decade and a half. International transactions, however, continue to be impeded by policy barriers, especially to foreign investment and the movement of service-providing individuals. Developing countries in particular are likely to benefit significantly from further domestic liberalization and the elimination of barriers to their exports. In many instances, income gains from a reduction in protection to services may be far greater than from trade liberalization in goods. In light of the increasing importance of international trade in services and the inclusion of services issues on the agendas of the multilateral, regional and bilateral trade negotiations, there is an obvious need to understand the economic implications of services trade and liberalization. A Handbook of International Trade in Services provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject, making it an essential reference for trade officials, policy advisors, analysts, academics, and students. Beginning with an overview on the key issues in trade in services and discussion of the GATS, the book then looks at trade negotiations in the service sector, the barriers to trade in services, and concludes by looking at a number of specific service sectors, such as financial services, e-commerce, health services, and the temporary movement of workers.
2007-11-22 By Aaditya Mattoo

Causality between business travel and trade volumes: Empirical evidence from Hong Kong. ... Evolution of China's air transport development and policy towards international liberalisation. Transportation Journal, 42, 32–49.

Author: Chris Cooper

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000005615

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 254

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This comprehensive volume was put together in response to the growing amount of research on tourism in Asia and an increasing number of authors from Asian countries. It concentrates on two aspects of Asian Tourism: first, the Asian tourists themselves, and second, economic development and tourism in the Asian region. The first part of the collection focuses on three areas: the motivations of different types of Asian tourist; the characteristics and behaviour of particular Asian tourist segments; and, finally, an analysis of specific research issues. The second part of the book then goes on to explore the governance and organisation of tourism in the Asian region, and the nature of Asian growth and competitiveness as it relates to tourism. The articles in this book were originally published in the journal Current Issues in Tourism.
2020-06-09 By Chris Cooper

Restoration has been delayed because of the civil war , the economic instability of China , and her inability to ... to the more restrictive trade regulations , exchange controls , high freight tariffs for the transport of export cargo ...



ISBN: UOM:39015080115143

Category: United States


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Author: United States. Department of Transportation


ISBN: STANFORD:36105128861312

Category: Transportation


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