China-Australia Economic Relationship

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Author: Ding Dou;
Language: English
Page: 207
Publication Date: 02/2012
ISBN: 7513614911,9787513614917
Publisher: China Economy Publishing House
This book examines the course of these changes in ChinaAustralia relationsfocusing on economics and trade in recent yearsIt offers an essential window into understanding the characteristics and dynamics of economic ties between China and Australia

About Author
Ding Dou,Economics Ph.D.,Associate Professor,Department of International Political Economy,School of International Studies,Peking University.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Bilateral Trade before 1979 
Chapter 2 Bilateral Trade in the Era of China's Reform 
Chapter 3 China—Australia Trade Relations: Growing 
Chapter 4 Resources Trade between China and Australia 
Chapter 5 Negotiation of China—Australia Free Trade 
Chapter 6 Bilateral Investments 
Chapter 7 China's Investment in Australia's Resources 
Chapter 8 Australia's Dilemma between Trade and Politics 
Appendix 1 China—Australia Joint Statement 
October 30,2009 
Appendix 2 Trade and Economic Framework between Australia
and the People's Republic of China 
October 24,2003 
Appendix 3 Consider Big Picture,Be Forward Looking,Advancing 
Further Development of China—Australia Relationship 
Chinese Vice—Premier Li Keqiang's Address to Australia China 
Business Council 
October 30,2009 
Appendix 4 Jointly Push China—Australia Economic and Trade 
Cooperation to a New Level 
Chinese Vice—President Xi Jinping's Address to China—Australia 
Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum 
June 21,2010
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In as early as 1788,when three ships from Botany Bay visited Guangzhou,trade between China and Australia started.During more than one hundred years that followed,China—Australia trade stagnated with a small volume. 
In 1949,the People’s Republic of China was founded.That was a milestone for China—Australia relationship.In initial periods of the People's Republic of China,the foreign trade policy Chinese govern—ment sought was self—sufficiency.Given the confrontation of Cold War,for a long time,China was little involved in trade with foreign countries and turned its back to the West.Nonetheless,even in the bleak period until 1972,China had some trade and economic connections with the Western world,including Australia.
China-Australia Economic Relationship