76 pages | 4 B/W Illus.
This book looks at the rationale behind the Belt and Road Initiative by China, and attempts to explain the motivation from economical and historical perspectives. The book also compares trade governance of China with those of the United Kingdom and United States, and analyzes the value construction and promotion process of Chinese trade governance.
'As a widely respected scholar, the author has profound knowledge on China's economic cooperation with the rest of the world, particularly countries along the "Belt and Road" region. Therefore, this book is a must read for business people and readers interested in gaining a better understanding of China's Belt and Road Initiative.' — Zhenyu Sun, Former Chinese Ambassador to the WTO, and Former Vice Minister of Commerce
1. Trade Governance of the Belt and Road Initiative: Economic Logic, Value Choices, and Institutional Arrangement 2. Globalization: The Precondition of Global Trade Governance 3. Economic Logic of the B&R 4. Value Choices of B&R Trade Governance 5. Institutional Arrangement of B&R Trade Governance
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