China’s Challenges and Opportunities for Asean Economic Integration

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Project Title: China’s Challenges and Opportunities for Asean Economic Integration
Author: Wang Guan Lin
Advisor: Ass. Professor Shun-Chieh Chang
Degree: Master of Business Administration
Major: International Master of Business Administration
Faculty: Graduate Schools
Academic year: 2017

Citation

Wang, Guan Lin. (2017). China’s challenges and opportunities for Asean Economic Integration. (Master’s independent study). Bangkok: Master in Business Administration, Siam University.


Abstract

ASEAN has a strong economic complementarity with China, with great potential for economic and trade cooperation. There is also some competition in export markets and in attracting FIJI.

The establishment of China ASEAN free trade area will make ASEAN and China to share the benefits of economic integration, realize win-win situation of economic, but also will promote the entire southeast Asia regional cooperation and promote economic development and social progress of Asia and the world.

In the 21st century, the launch of China’s ASEAN free trade area has become the focus of global attention. This article with economic globalization and regional background, review the development process of China to ASEAN economic integration, and through the description on the status quo of the ASEAN economic integration in China, analyze the characteristics of China to ASEAN economic integration at this stage, and combining with the status quo of Chinese enterprises to ASEAN economic integration characteristics, using dunning’s theory of international production compromise, Wells of the small-scale technology theory, and rao technology localization theory on China’s competitive advantage for ASEAN economic integration has, investment subject, location advantages, industry sectors, and manners of investment for detailed analysis.

Keywords: China, The association of south-east Asian nations (ASEAN) Economic integration, strategy.


China’s Challenges and Opportunities for Asean Economic Integration

International Master in Business Administration (IMBA), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand

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