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    题名: EU Recession impact on EU-China trade relations
    作者: 苑倚曼;Yuan, Yi-mond
    贡献者: 淡江大學歐洲研究所
    日期: 2010-12
    上传时间: 2011-12-26 12:25:56 (UTC+8)
    出版者: 淡江大學歐盟資訊中心
    摘要: Global economic slowdown, among OECD’s countries including EU, the
    main partner for trade and FDI in the USA before the financial crisis with
    consecutive depression by US Wall street and Real Estate market ( EU in 2005
    has invested 470 Billion euro, representing 75% of the inflow liquidities in the
    US treasuries, government bonds and US equities funds) EU is going through
    its worst financial crisis since World War II with only 0.5% growth (last Nov.13,
    2009) and high unemployment rate (more than 10% during past year and
    contained to 9.7% last November to 13 months length). Facing their weakened
    Economy, EU Governments had to contract debts for the long run. Eastern
    European countries, just recovering might be suffering more than the Western
    countries scoring with the lowest economic growth apart for Poland, Czech
    Republic and Slovakia. Overall the fragility of the economy is worrying, as few
    Mediterranean countries like Greece, recent bankruptcy. Growths are limited
    and resulting from Governments stimuli (injection of billions of Euro in their
    markets as well as some temporary inventory effects). At the same time, USA
    and Japan has been gaining back as per last end of year economic report,
    while EU economy still at their bottoms, German progress is helping the
    community then the “Household spend” that constitute a major influence, has
    kept very prudent and short, since this year Euro currency difficulties in Greece
    and worrying debts of few member states. Europe has become the largest
    partner for China, EU become more and more dependant for its manufactured
    products , textile and steel the past decade.
    Europe (EC/EU) have started officially, diplomatic relations with China for more than 30 years, through bilateral or multilateral cooperation between
    China and State members, and have to await till 1985 (May 21) to agree with
    Bilateral Treaty replacing the previous Trade Agreement (March 4 1978).
    Lisbon treaty process will inevitably replace individual Member states former
    Agreements with China under EU new President of the Council and its Foreign
    affairs Minister.
    Asia represents for EU an attractive economic growth and market with
    low labor costs. While China stands for a prominent role in the East Asian
    economic development. EU has been the largest trading partner in China,
    China representing the largest supplier for EU with prominent figures. In the
    global recession, China plays a leading position in the world economy with a
    +/- double digit economic growth rate willing to consolidate a fragile economy
    關聯: 淡江大學歐盟資訊中心通訊 28,頁18-40
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