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    Title: 中國「一帶一路」戰略意涵及其與周邊國家之相互影響
    Other Titles: The strategic implications of "One Belt and One Road" of China and the influence to each other between China and the neighboring contries
    Authors: 徐開琦;Hsu, Kai-Chi
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士在職專班
    郭建中;Guo, Jiann-Jong
    Keywords: 一帶一路;亞太再平衡;區域經濟;非傳統安全;地緣競爭;One Belt and one Road;Rebalancing to Asia-Pacific;regional economic;Non-traditional security;Geography competition
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:33:38 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中國國家主席習近平在2013年9月及10月出訪中亞和東南亞國家期間,先後提出共建「絲綢之路經濟帶」和「21世紀海上絲綢之路」,意即「一帶一路」,該倡議跨越歐亞大陸,為海陸並舉的雙向倡議,其強調促進區域經濟一體化發展,加速縮小區域發展差距,此外,亦注重推進中國國內與國際間的合作發展,有效利用雙邊資源及市場,拓展全球經貿版圖及掌握區域經濟主導權。
    Xi Jinping, president of China and Communist Party chief, during his visit to Central Asia and Southeast Asian countries in September and October 2013, has proposed to build the "Silk Road Economic Zone" and "21st Century Maritime Silk Road", which means "One Belt and One Road". The initiative is to promote regional economic integration and to accelerate narrowing the regional development gap, in addition, this initiative also focus on promoting cooperations and developments inside China and with other countries. Using these bilateral resources and markets effectively, to expand the global economic and trade territory and control the regional economic dominance.
    However, it also has some negative effect to other regional economies’ existing interests and the distribution of power, which include weakening Russia''s influence to the Central Asian and limit the strategic development of India in the Indian Ocean space. It also bring some uncertainties of the political and economic situation to the United States, Japan and other non-participating countries.
    Taiwan, which is surrounded by " One Belt and One Road ", is inevitably affected by this economy. If the policy, which is made by our government, are appropriate, it may help broaden the economic and trade market for Taiwan. However, if Taiwan government joins this initiative, our level of participation and the visibility in the international community may depends on China’s “mood”.
    On the other hand, there are many challenges during the process of the implementation of the policy. There are about 68 countries participate in this initiative, the relevant countries have traditional geopolitics, ethnic, religious, cultural, institutional and other contradictions of the region, and also have the most serious security problems in the region. Besides, the country''s trade policy and investment environment are different, the border authorities have low efficiency and corruption behavior, obstruct the enterprises’ investment in the " One Belt and One Road " seriously. Except need to face these non-traditional potential security risks and investment challenges, " One Belt and One Road " also need to cope with the problems from China''s domestic enterprises ,such as the non-benign competition under the investment operation. The investment overseas for China started late and lack of the investment experience. Viewed from the domestic coordination mechanism, the Chinese enterprises have many difficulties in going abroad, but the fundamental factor is hard to coordinate, and all the factors will bring uncertainty factors to the development of China''s " One Belt and One Road ".
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