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    Title: Free trade agreements as Taiwan diplomacy strategy: Taiwan - Guatemala case
    Other Titles: 臺灣以自由貿易協定作為外交策略之研究─以臺灣及瓜地馬拉之關係為例
    Authors: 瑪蓓菈;Chavarria, Greta Mabela Mancilla
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    韋淑珊;Andrés, Susana N. Vittadini
    Keywords: 全球化;決策決定;戰略;貿易;雙邊關係;外交;自由貿易協定;Globalization;decision making process;Strategy;trade;bilateral relations;diplomacy;free trade agreement
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:40:56 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 冷戰過後,許多全球性的重大變化相繼發生,全球化成為國際時勢所趨,也宣示著全球社會的國際化將轉變成為單一社會。由此可見,人民、商品、服務、資本及思想穿越國家邊界相互交流的重要性。
    Many global changes have taken place since the end of the Cold War; globalization has become a popular trend that describes the internationalization of the global community into a single society. It can be observed the importance of exchanges of people, products, services, capital, and ideas across international borders.

    As globalization has expanded and integrated national economies, there is a greater role’s recognition of the strategic government’s decision making process to figure out new strategies and adopt policies that help countries ensure a more equitable growth. At this point, trade strategies are inserted into current globalized context, in which international trade is one important factor affecting a nation’s foreign policy.

    Trade policy strategies emerge out of a matrix of domestic and international pressures that shape a nation’s strategic vision and determine the trade and non-trade elements of the nation’s participation in the international community. Free Trade Agreements are strategies shaped according to the particular foreign policy of each country, which can achieve a variety of competitive social, economical and political goals.

    The Free Trade Agreement signed between Taiwan and Guatemala constitutes an important step to improve the countries’ world trade participation. With the signature of a trade treaty, a big market door is open for both sides, on one hand, Guatemala will have its first open door in Asia, with a market of almost 23 millions of people, on the other, Taiwan is able to consolidate its market with the Central America region.
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