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|Other Titles: ||Chinese economical development and its Taiwan experience|
|Authors: ||陳賢瑛;Chen, Shyan-ying|
|Keywords: ||中國經濟;台灣經驗;市場經濟;馬列主義中國化;Chinese economy;Taiwan experience;Market economy;Ism of Chinese Marxist-Lenin|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:39:29 (UTC+8)|
As mainland China decides to march towards market economy, from conventional planned economy to socialist market economy as well as from closed economy to open economy, the decision has fully released and developed its productivity. Since China is a major economic country rather than a strong economic power, it is exposed to several issues for resolution at the time of economic development, one being the defects of “Ism of Chinese Marxist-Lenin” and the other being the challenges from the development of capitalism. And it happens that the solutions to these challenges can be found here in Taiwan.
As a matter of fact, Taiwan can be considered as the predecessor that has worked successfully with economic development across the Strait. Of economic and political experiences, they would help provide mainland China with illustration of learning, and via economic cooperation and cultural exchange Chinese across the Strait can share the coming of Chinese Century, while “Taiwanese experiences” should become the critical factor that determines the relationships cross the Strait. For the success and failure experiences accumulated in the last decades (1949-1989), they could have helped reduce mainland China to avoid wasting efforts and time on unnecessary blunders, while similar faults can be circumvented with experiences modified. As such, “Taiwanese experiences” can have played such role of inevitable success to the reform and development of Chinese economy, even exemplification of reform for political democracy. Based on the model of “Taiwanese experiences” for the development of Chinese economy, the inadaptability incurred as of cultural factors can be much reduced from tantamount culture and nationalism.
As deduced from this study at the end, the best dealing in view of the rise of Chinese economy would be to co-exist prosperously and economically. And it is only under the premise of peaceful agreement that “it would be the safest measure only by strengthening economic and trade relationship across the Strait,” and only with higher the reliance as well as greater the “Taiwanese factor,” it would then be less easier for mainland China to declare war on Taiwan and should best accommodate to the interests of Taiwan.
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