|Abstract: ||此篇論文將研究尼加拉瓜共和國及中華民國(臺灣)兩國之關係，特別以2007-2012 時期雙邊貿易為根據，研究兩國之經濟關係。 |
This thesis will study the relations between the Republic of Nicaragua and the Republic of China (Taiwan), particularly the affairs related to its economic relations, based in the bilateral trade in the period of 2007 – 2012.
To start, it will be performed an outline of the main macro-economic information of both nations. Likewise, It will be addressed the political process, considering the both countries had presidential elections, but additionally, both had changes in the tendency of the ruling political party: in the case of the Republic of Nicaragua, the President Commandant Daniel Ortega Saavedra with the political party “Sandinista National Liberation Front”, and in the Republic of China (Taiwan), the President Ma Ying-jeou, under the “Party Kuomingtan”. It must be highlighted that both leaders were reelected.
In the II Chapter, it will be addressed the bilateral relations during this period, with focus on the Political Relations, particularly, of the reconfirmation of the President of the Republic of Nicaragua, Commandant Daniel Ortega Saavedra, of maintaining and strengthening its ties with the Republic of China (Taiwan). In this context, important reciprocal visits of high level were performed. Likewise, it will be addressed the Social Relations and the Economic Relations, expanding information about the bilateral and regional cooperation, bilateral debt and investments.
In the III Chapter, it will be performed an analysis about the Trade between both countries, particularly a comparison between the trade before the implementation of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which entered into force in 2008.
In IV Chapter it will it will be addressed the possible strategies to improve the economic relations between Nicaragua and Taiwan, taking into consideration the strategies implemented by the Government of Nicaragua under its own potential, in contrast with the potential of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Also, in this chapter it will be summarized the resources given by countries of East Asia to Nicaragua, whom only the Republic of Korea and Japan give collaboration.
In the Chapter V, it will be performed an outline of the potential and possible strategies to improve the economic relations between both nations. In this context, it will be addressed some areas of interest and with mayor potential for the profit of both nations.