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Subject Index AFI (All Foreign Investment), 31, 36 agriculture, contribution of, to GDP, 88 aircraft carriers, 368–70 APEC (Asia PaciÀc Economic Cooperation Forum) (“full APEC”), vii, 3, 351 economies, 256 Hong Kong, a separate member of, 149 territorial claims among members, 6 APEC proper, vii, 256, 351, 353 economic integration within, 256–7, 261, 268–76, 367 economies, China’s trade with, 261–8 economies, relative strengths of, 256, 257–61 ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) (see also Southeast Asian currencies), 41 Asian Ànancial crisis, economic recovery from, 202–3 automobile industry, 345 China’s world trade, share of, 353 (Table 12.1), 354, 357, 358 (Table 12.2) competition from China, 11, 270, 364 electronic industries, 355, 364 export competitiveness, 224 market niches for, in Chinese economy, 207, 275, 356 policy on “agreed specialization”, 10–11 regional defence and, 10 trade with China, 355, 357–9 ASEAN-4, 345 external and internal balances of, 201 (Table 7.3) ASEAN-5, 308, 311, 353, 359 ASEAN-10, 353 ASEAN 10+1 (China) Free Trade Area (FTA), 3, 14, 354, 367 as geopolitical initiative, 12 as redress for North-South APEC economic dichotomy, x role of China in, 355–7 signing of, viii, 281, 353 United States’ response to, x ASEAN 10+3, 363, 365, 367 ASEAN Regional Forum, 412n1 Asian Development Bank, 149, 415n19 Subjects mentioned in endnotes are not indexed separately if they appear in that part of the main text, to which the note number refers. Index entries to subjects that occur in endnotes comprise the page number followed by the letter ‘n’ and the note number, viz: 409n8. 424 Subject Index Asian Financial Crisis (1997), viii chronology, 170–5 hypothetical British response to, 150–2 impact of, on capital and trade Áows, 180–93, 200 impact of, on Southeast Asia, 147, 167 response of Hong Kong and mainland China to, 147–75, 194–203, 241, 245–9 “Asia-PaciÀc era”, emergence of, 255 audiovisual equipment, 285, 287 Australia, 12, 256, 262, 270 “openness”, 258 TPP membership, 372 automobile industry, 9–10 Chinese, 277–80, 332–47 exports, 343, 344 (Table 11.18) foreign carmakers, 336–7, 339–42 investment in China’s, 11–2 balance of payments (see also balance of trade), Hong Kong, 229, 230–1 (Table 9.1) balance of trade ASEAN and China, 357 China and major trading partners, 271–2 (Table 10.3) China and United States, 71, 111–2, 124, 139 (Table 5.9), 270 Hong Kong, 19, 57, 138 Sino-American, conÁict over deÀcit claims, 125, 128–9 (Table 5.3), 130, 133–5 Sino-American, statistical process for adjusting, 134–5 Taiwan, 20, 138 Bank of China, 72, 180, 222 Bank of Thailand, 170 banking and Ànancial activities, expansion of foreign, into China, 352 banking and Ànancial systems in China, 218–23, 225 in Hong Kong, 211 Bermuda, 184 Bird (Bodao) Mobile Communications Ltd., 290, 409n8 Bogor Declaration (1994), agenda, ix, 3, 262, 273–4, 374–5 brand names, 288 Bretton Woods Agreement, 370 alluded to, 205, 369 BRICS (economic grouping), 365 Britain, see United Kingdom Brunei, 372, 374 Burma, see Myanmar Canada, 63 capital account control, 199 capital Áows (see also foreign direct investment) into Hong Kong, 214–5 within Greater China during Asian Ànancial crisis, 180–8 car manufacturers, see automobile industry cash arbitrage, 228, 402n3 Cayman Islands, 184 Central Bank (People’s Republic of China), 221 Central Bank of China (Taipei), 170–1, 199 Centurion Wireless Technologies, Inc., 290, 349 CEPA (Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement), viii, 3, 362, 367 Changchun (industrial centre), 334, 341 Changhong (electronics corporation), 285, 288, 296 Cheung Kong Group, 185 Chile, 372 China (see also China, economic and trade relations; China, trade; exports; Greater China; imports; most favoured nation status) as “engine of growth”, ix, 13 as “geoeconomic” power, 367–72 Subject Index 425 automobile industry, 277–80, 332–47 banking and Ànancial system, 218–23, 225 budget/GNP ratio of, 107 (Table 4.16) coastal belt for foreign investment and trade, 3, 204, 269 containment of, 1 defence of HK dollar by, 211, 252 diplomatic relations with South Korea, 8, 14 diplomatic relations with United States, 2, 5, 375 economic development, 50 economic indicators of, compared with APEC economies, 249–60 (Table 10.1) economic indicators of, compared with Guangdong, 80–1 (Table 4.2) economic integration with Hong Kong, 69–75, 204, 209 economic recovery in, 217–23 economy, relative strengths of, 257–61 electronics...

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ISBN
9789882208773
Related ISBN
9789888083824
MARC Record
OCLC
818851614
Pages
400
Launched on MUSE
2012-12-20
Language
English
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No
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