শুক্রবার, ১৪ অক্টোবর ২০১৬ ০৯:৩৫:০৪ অপরাহ্ন
China two-way trade with these countries is already large And increasingly, the face of a large trade. South Asia is the most important aspect of the development of trade between China and South Asian countries are strong growth. For example, India's exports in 2005 from near zero to about 7 percent of its total exports in 2015 increased by 10 percent, and more; China exports to the countries of the region in 2010 to 7.1 percent in 2005 and 12 per cent of the total two-way trade reached US $ 49 million to a whopping US $ 70 billion (2010) to promote, and by 2015 was estimated at US $ 150 billion.
Bangladesh's trade with China has increased significantly in the last 10 years. In 2005, for example, China's exports were US $ 64 million, it's US $ 320 million in 2010 to 6.2 billion US dollars in 2015, increased in 2005 and further to around 450 million US dollars, while the total trade volume of 2.1 billion US dollar increase in 2010. Other countries in South and South-East Asia trade with China have enjoyed similar growth. Low-income countries as well as China opened its domestic market from Bangladesh; the potential benefits could be large.
China's growing trade relations with the SAARC Free Trade Agreement is a contrast to the experience of the present. An issue which needs to be addressed with greater deliberation - barriers to increase trade among the SAARC countries "behind the border" remains constrained by. However, the trade imbalance between China and India and the SAARC countries with the separate issue of the policy is an area of concern remains. Both countries plan to invest in the countries of their respective countries in order to stabilize the overall balance of payments is developing.
Trade and two Asian giants, China and India sustained economic integration through investment, China-South Asia relations, stable economic growth, the central, and the stability and to the welfare of the greater Asian region. This important relationship is a significant boost to China's entry into SAARC permits, thus a single economic cooperation within the framework of the world's fastest growing large economy, and will combine the two ancient civilizations.
As a corollary BIMSTEC framework of sub-regional co-operation should be pursued more vigor. Extending south and east Asia, South Asia, China and Central Asia trade and investment potential not only to experience higher levels of prosperity and wellbeing in many South Asian economies is lifting, but significant force in establishing peace in Asian regionalism transformation, stability and economic well-being.
China's economic growth is arguably the most important geo-political events of the past 100 years. A decade ago, the United industrialized world, from the late 19th century led to the best economic and military power has been effectively managed relations with China, China's entry to the global organization, and thus enable it became a part of the international community.
However, at a time when the industrialized economies came under severe stress in the wake of the global financial crisis (in terms of purchasing power parity GDP) economic 'ladder' at the very top of the rise of China (the effects of which are still lingering), along with the former growing military strength, their relationship has created tensions. 'Concern' about China industrialized world know that China does not share the political spectrum are the same as those of liberal democracy can be accentuated.
The recent escalation of tensions in the territorial dispute between China and Japan the Senkaku Islands (Diaoyu Islands from China) about the - with the United States and China and the South China Sea, Spratly Islands' debt is more than the weight of its traditional allies in ASEAN countries, Japan and the ASEAN countries dispute Pacific region, and a 'new' China reluctant to assert its naval power to "strategic pivot" of US military power in the region to allow the re-entry - adds a new dimension to this tension. However, the Asia-Pacific region this subject, apart from the fallout from the global geographical changes must be understood in their historical context.
An 1898 US for centuries, i.e. the Spanish-American war since the end of the emerging political and military influence in the region. Their reaction is understandable, but it is part of the region is very important to review the situation changed fundamentally. In Asia, regional demands, as in other parts of the world, have deep historical roots. Colonial and Cold War super powers contribute to some of these disputes. This is particularly difficult to resolve such problems should be solved where they have been taken a long time.
So, if the peace and welfare of the Asia-Pacific powers is of paramount concern - the US, China, India and Japan, they are seriously considering setting aside a more complex political issues and economic integration 'Drive' to deepen the mutual trust in an environment such disputes, until such time as the country with the relationship between them is made for a peaceful resolution. Many Sinologists argue that China's experience during the colonial period, as well as a country and its long-term decline; because it is also found in its new economic and military power in the wake of its external relations pretend to be.
Skeptics’, however, will contend with the same vigor that global interest, with the large economic and militarily powerful nation, once they have passed for the development of a threshold level, which is manifested in their projected military force "flex their muscles," Apparently, they tend to their economic interests behind it protection. Thus, they can resolve disputes "intimidation" or prone insists.
The historical evidence that the 'old order', which is a new force to be seen as a threat to their dominance in power will not give way. No doubt, the restructuring process of global economic and political power 'test' that will resolve all of the powerful state - emergent and emerging - in Asia as the world's new economic power to maintain peace continues to emerge as a house.
It's no coincidence that the last 70 years, since the Second World War, an unprecedented worldwide economic, technological and intellectual progress has ever had. A good example may be the second in the world in peace dividend. Asia's prosperity also continues its journey in the modern era of human progress and peace need to create your own legacy.
In fact, China and India and ASEAN would be impossible without this. China, along with India and ASEAN, peace, prosper, and they must be allowed to meet financial expectations. Attempts to isolate one or the other emerging Asian economic bloc diffuse tensions aggravate rather than solve them.
From his side, China is very consistent with his newly acquired status of discharging his duties; including deep commitment to peace in the region will be rewarded by. China's commitment to peace and development in Asia to convince about the importance of the region to play a more active role.
Boosting investment in South Asia and a faster pace of opening its domestic market to be important in achieving this end. However, China is a developing country in many cases, it is still increasing "pressure" to increase its ODA flow to LICs in particular, will face its surroundings.
As noted above, the tensions and conflicts that may arise in the rebalancing takes place as a global power, but this is conducted and international law, regional and bilateral economic and political system should be resolved within the borders.
A 'global military balance of power "may be necessary to keep the peace, it is important for all countries to avoid unilateral actions and confrontational positions, rather than the existing global and regional security and work through the organization, and if necessary to be more effective in the new setting Maybe.
Closer to home, the Pacific, tensions could well spill over into the Bay of Bengal. In South Asia, plus Myanmar, Malaysia and Indonesia to ensure that the vital interests of the major powers for a zone of peace free from the strategic maneuverings. China and India have a special role to play in achieving this goal.
Asia's newly industrializing and industrialized countries of Asia to prevent an arms race in the region if they do not undermine their loftier goals will have to play a strong role. Just as hunger and extreme poverty in the 21st century, and a return to the ideals enshrined in the United Nations Charter should be the last witness, it is a moral imperative as a "war" will be the abolition of the witness.
This is a remaking of history in Asia and could finally spell the end of history. "It continues to rise as a country which did not colonize and Economic Development Act has rewritten the modern era as we know them, just peace and shared prosperity of China 'walk the talk' economic power is a rare opportunity. It's a long Pax Asian seizing signal to a brave and moving away from a less lofty option 'Pax Sinica.'