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China's rise in mainland ASEAN : new dynamics and Changing Landscpe / editors Suthiphand Chirathivat, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, Buddhagarn Rutchatorn, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, Anupama Devendrakumar, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.

Contributor(s): Suthiphand Chirathivat, editor. | Buddhagarn Rutchatorn, editor. | Devendrakumar, Anupama, editor.
Call number: DS525.9.C5 C537 2019 Material type: TextTextPublisher: Singapore : World Scientific, [2019]Description: vi, 314 pages : illustrations, maps, charts ; 24 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789813275409 (hbk.)Subject(s): ASEAN | China -- Foreign relations -- Southeast Asia | Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations -- China | China -- Foreign economic relations -- Southeast Asia | Southeast Asia -- Foreign economic relations -- ChinaDDC classification: 337.59051
Contents:
Connectivity and human security in mainland ASEAN and China : a conceptual discussion / Vira Somboon -- China's connectivity with mainland ASEAN : the strategy, progress and prospect, with a focus on Myanmar / Lei Zhuning -- China's OBOR strategic implications for mainland Southeast Asia / Ukrist Pathmanand -- China and mainland Southeast Asian countries relationship : from the history to the future / Yang Baoyun and Patcharinruja Juntaronanont -- China's influence on Myanmar / Aung Kyaw -- China and tourism industry of mainland ASEAN / Rugphong Vongsaroj -- How Laos can benefit from the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement / Buavanh Vilavong, Santisouk Phounesavath and Bounthone Soukhavong -- Challenges facing Chinese enterprises in the Lao PDR / Thantavanh Manolom -- China's land connectivity to ASEAN : potentials of Mandalay-Lashio-Muse-Ruili economic corridor / Suthiphand Chirathivat -- Chinese rising consumption phenomenon and impacts on Thai fruit supply-chain : case study of the Chinese entrepreneurs' engagement in Thai fruit exportation / Wannarat Tantrakoonsab.
Summary: "The rationale for this volume on China's Rise in Mainland ASEAN: New Dynamics and Changing Landscapes stems from the rise in recent years of China, ASEAN's giant neighbor, and in its wake the significant economic, political, and socio-cultural developments in the ASEAN region. In the last two decades, China has successfully established itself as a powerful regional and global power, surpassing Japan in 2010 as the second largest economy of the world, and has become a major player in the affairs of South East Asian nations. At the same time, while China's spectacular growth makes it vulnerable in terms of expanding its global dependence, it also makes its neighbours equally vulnerable due to their growing dependence on China. All of these developments have led China through its evolving foreign policy to exert considerable influence on its immediate ASEAN neighbours in many complex ways. While the China-ASEAN bilateral relations are soaring, there are growing concerns among ASEAN member countries about the nature of China's engagement with ASEAN. In this context, this book focuses on China's influence on mainland ASEAN countries: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam"-- Provided by publisher.
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Connectivity and human security in mainland ASEAN and China : a conceptual discussion / Vira Somboon -- China's connectivity with mainland ASEAN : the strategy, progress and prospect, with a focus on Myanmar / Lei Zhuning -- China's OBOR strategic implications for mainland Southeast Asia / Ukrist Pathmanand -- China and mainland Southeast Asian countries relationship : from the history to the future / Yang Baoyun and Patcharinruja Juntaronanont -- China's influence on Myanmar / Aung Kyaw -- China and tourism industry of mainland ASEAN / Rugphong Vongsaroj -- How Laos can benefit from the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement / Buavanh Vilavong, Santisouk Phounesavath and Bounthone Soukhavong -- Challenges facing Chinese enterprises in the Lao PDR / Thantavanh Manolom -- China's land connectivity to ASEAN : potentials of Mandalay-Lashio-Muse-Ruili economic corridor / Suthiphand Chirathivat -- Chinese rising consumption phenomenon and impacts on Thai fruit supply-chain : case study of the Chinese entrepreneurs' engagement in Thai fruit exportation / Wannarat Tantrakoonsab.

"The rationale for this volume on China's Rise in Mainland ASEAN: New Dynamics and Changing Landscapes stems from the rise in recent years of China, ASEAN's giant neighbor, and in its wake the significant economic, political, and socio-cultural developments in the ASEAN region. In the last two decades, China has successfully established itself as a powerful regional and global power, surpassing Japan in 2010 as the second largest economy of the world, and has become a major player in the affairs of South East Asian nations. At the same time, while China's spectacular growth makes it vulnerable in terms of expanding its global dependence, it also makes its neighbours equally vulnerable due to their growing dependence on China. All of these developments have led China through its evolving foreign policy to exert considerable influence on its immediate ASEAN neighbours in many complex ways. While the China-ASEAN bilateral relations are soaring, there are growing concerns among ASEAN member countries about the nature of China's engagement with ASEAN. In this context, this book focuses on China's influence on mainland ASEAN countries: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam"-- Provided by publisher.

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