ASEAN Industries and the Challenge from China by Darryl Jarvis

By Darryl Jarvis

This publication explores the effect of the increase of China on South East Asia, addressing the implications for a few of Asia’s key fiscal sectors, together with academic companies, bio-technology, monetary companies, and the nutrients undefined.

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Chicago: Chicago Council on Global Affairs, and East Asia Institute. Zheng, Bijian (2003) Boao Forum. 2 Rising China, US Influence, and Southeast Asia: Background, Status, and Outlook Robert Sutter Introduction In the post-Cold War period, unprecedented Chinese diplomatic and international activism in an ever-widening web of bilateral and multilateral arrangements and organisations and China’s rising economic importance as a focal point of intra-Asian trade led to major advances in Chinese relations with the countries in Southeast Asia.

In an assessment based on official Chinese and other data, a Singapore scholar in 2006 underlined China’s weak investment profile in Southeast Asia. 22 billion of ASEAN investment in China). 4 billion. 9% for Japan. 6 billion went to Hong Kong, while Indonesia received $62 million and Singapore $48 million (Sheng, 2006: 1). For a variety of reasons, China does not provide figures giving a clear and comprehensive depiction of China’s foreign assistance. Chinese officials and official commentary do frequently highlight the importance of Chinese foreign assistance in facilitating good economic relations and 30 Rising China, US Influence, and Southeast Asia offsetting difficulties Southeast Asian states may have in adjusting to economic globalisation and particularly China’s economic growth and competitiveness.

As Tipton points out, this wave of investment into the region created employment opportunities, bolstered export earnings, and provided venture capital that in many instances marked the first wave of export-orientated entrepreneurialism. In Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, vast fortunes were struck off the back of this change in the global value chain of electrical component manufacture and assembly. Jump ahead to the 2000s and this picture is vastly different. China’s rise has, quite literally, meant the addition of hundreds of millions of low cost workers.

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