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    Title: Las Relaciones Político-Comerciales entre Argentina y China (2002-2011) y su Impacto en las Relaciones Comerciales con Taiwán
    Other Titles: Political and trade relations between Argentina and China from 2002 to 2011;and their impact on trade relations with Taiwan
    Authors: 埃爾南;Buscemi, Carlos Hernan
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所數位學習碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 阿根廷;臺灣;中國;政治關係;貿易;互賴;戰略關係;Argentina;Taiwan;China;political relations;trade;interdependence;Strategic Relations;relaciones politicas;comercio;interdependencia;relaciones estrategicas
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-11 15:23:38 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究分析了2002年至2011年間阿根廷和中國之政治與商業關係的發展及演變;時間點包括中國在整體拉丁美洲尤其是阿根廷拓展其政治實力和經濟能力─特別是中國從2001年12月11日正式加入世界貿易組織─並鞏固在南美洲的第二大貿易夥伴─此外還開始一種獲得戰略關係的連結─。
    The present research document analyzes the development and evolution of political and commercial ties between Argentina and China from 2002 to 2011. During this period –after China’s formal entry into the World Trade Organization on December 11, 2001 - China displayed all its political clout and economic power among Latin American countries, particularly in Argentina, and became the second South American trading partner. And its links with some countries reached the level of strategic relationships.

    Considering different arguments, various specialists, who observed the beneficial and harmful aspects of the close bilateral relationship, highlighted its opportunities and warned about its potential threats.

    The beginning of the period of analysis coincides with Taiwan’s entry to the international body (1 January 2002) under the name Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu (Chinese Taipei) and when the Democratic Progressive Party ruled the government until 2008 when the Kuomintang Party returns to the power. Different forms of foreign policy were applied and this affected the development of the cross-strait relations, and have side effects in the relationship with Argentina.

    Meanwhile, within Argentina broke out the worst economic, social and political crisis that led to the resignation of Argentine President on December 20, 2001. The institutional crisis resulted in having five presidents within 12 days and the end of the convertibility status which fixed the currency exchange at 1 peso = 1 U.S. dollar.
    The study is focused on understanding the general framework for the relationship between China and Taiwan with Argentina, their evolution, characteristics, and the political and trade relation level achieved. These links evolved in a context of asymmetric trade relation with China and trade relations with Taiwan, and in changing cross-strait relation strategies.

    As a result, it is possible to infer that the causes, which limit the bilateral exchange, should not be attributed to the China factor since there were not obstacles. However, the strategic relations, the close political ties and the reciprocity to demonstrate support to two different but significant issues (Taiwan and Malvinas) have been strengthening and deepening the Argentinean State Policy among different governments.

    Nevertheless, the trade complementarity and the need to diversify export markets allow to conclude that there are conditions to normalizing trade ties between Buenos Aires and Taipei; without risking the achievements in the relations with Beijing under a regulatory framework that provides a limited range of action.
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