By Darryl Jarvis
This e-book explores the effect of the increase of China on South East Asia, addressing the implications for a few of Asia’s key financial sectors, together with academic providers, bio-technology, monetary providers, and the nutrition undefined.
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Moreover, as Chinese inﬂuence in the region grew, Chinese ofﬁcials were prepared to use their increased leverage ﬁrmly and forcefully regarding certain issues. Heading the list was Taiwan. By the start of the new century, Chinese ofﬁcials were in a position to block almost all visits by Taiwan’s president to Southeast Asia and no head of state or government in Southeast Asia visited Taiwan – a sharp turnabout from the highpoint of Taiwan’s informal diplomacy in the 1990s. It was increasingly difﬁcult for lower ranking Taiwan leaders to travel in the region and meet with Southeast Asian counterparts.
China’s approach to the region has developed with some twists and turns over the past 15 years. It has several objectives, mostly focused on sustaining a Robert Sutter 35 regional environment conducive to Chinese development and political stability. It reﬂects increased Chinese conﬁdence in dealing with Southeast Asian ofﬁcials, but also a continued Chinese wariness and defensiveness regarding US, Japanese and other actions; it shows a keen awareness that China is far from leading the region and is unlikely to be in that position for the foreseeable future, if ever.
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ASEAN Industries and the Challenge from China by Darryl Jarvis