China-India economic engagement : building mutual confidence / Swaran Singh.  (Text) (Text)

Singh, Swaran, 1961-
France. Ambassade (India). Centre for Human Sciences
Call no.: HF1604.Z4I4 S56 2005Series: Publication: New Delhi : Centre De Sciences Humaines, 2005Description: 205 p. : illNotes: Publication of the French research institutes in India.Subject(s): China -- Foreign economic relations -- IndiaIndia -- Foreign economic relations -- ChinaChina -- Economic policy -- 2000-India -- Economic policy -- 1991-LOC classification: HF1604.Z4I4 | S56 2005
Contents:Chapter one : The opening up -- Big picture is changing -- Inevitability about their partnership -- China's opening up and reforms -- Trade and FDI driven development -- Period of internal adjustment -- Transparency in governance -- India's intermittent economic reforms -- Politics driven economic reforms -- Collapse of Soviet State and IMF pressures -- Comparative analysis -- Conclusion -- Chapter two : Historical legacies -- Nature of oriental commerce -- Evolution of Silk Route -- Colonial interface -- The opium trade -- The great depression period -- Post-liberation policies -- Post-liberation economic engagement -- ConclusionChapter three : Bilateral trade -- Comparing their fundamentals -- Emerging nature and trends -- Institutional arrangements -- Investments and joint ventures -- Mutual investments -- Impact of nuclear tests -- Economic versus strategic priorities -- Conclusion -- Chapter four : Border trade -- China's border trade policies -- Opening trade route through Nathu La -- Rising economic significance -- Political significance of Nathu La -- Expansion versus consolidation -- Back to the Future -- ConclusionChapter five : Building confidence -- Economic engagement as CBM -- Some major watersheds -- Impact on border communities -- Border trade and border dispute -- Future of China-India partnership -- New sub-regional perspective -- Regional/global perspectives -- India's future challenges -- Conclusion -- Chapter six : Future trends -- Competitive vs. complimentary debate -- Economics driven politics -- Future of bilateral economic engagement -- Specifics of the border trade -- Conclusion.
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Publication of the French research institutes in India.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-205).

Chapter one : The opening up -- Big picture is changing -- Inevitability about their partnership -- China's opening up and reforms -- Trade and FDI driven development -- Period of internal adjustment -- Transparency in governance -- India's intermittent economic reforms -- Politics driven economic reforms -- Collapse of Soviet State and IMF pressures -- Comparative analysis -- Conclusion -- Chapter two : Historical legacies -- Nature of oriental commerce -- Evolution of Silk Route -- Colonial interface -- The opium trade -- The great depression period -- Post-liberation policies -- Post-liberation economic engagement -- Conclusion

Chapter three : Bilateral trade -- Comparing their fundamentals -- Emerging nature and trends -- Institutional arrangements -- Investments and joint ventures -- Mutual investments -- Impact of nuclear tests -- Economic versus strategic priorities -- Conclusion -- Chapter four : Border trade -- China's border trade policies -- Opening trade route through Nathu La -- Rising economic significance -- Political significance of Nathu La -- Expansion versus consolidation -- Back to the Future -- Conclusion

Chapter five : Building confidence -- Economic engagement as CBM -- Some major watersheds -- Impact on border communities -- Border trade and border dispute -- Future of China-India partnership -- New sub-regional perspective -- Regional/global perspectives -- India's future challenges -- Conclusion -- Chapter six : Future trends -- Competitive vs. complimentary debate -- Economics driven politics -- Future of bilateral economic engagement -- Specifics of the border trade -- Conclusion.

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