Liu, Weiyu. (1997) "China-EU: The economic complementarity in the next century". In: UNSPECIFIED, Seattle, WA. (Unpublished)
In the world surroundings, all nations are interdependent to some degree. This is because every nation takes the consideration of the economic interest as the first and foremost important factor since the collapse of the East-West confrontation. China’s sustained economic development and social change have caught attention from all over the world. China’s economy has developed rapidly toward a primary period of socialist market economy. China and Europe, being on the two extremes of the Eurasian Continent, are the two major economic and political powers in the multipolar international surroundings, playing ever more important roles in the world economy and political affairs. This paper is divided into five sections. The first is an introduction; the second reviews the historical economic relations between China and the EU; the third approaches the results of Chinese economic reform and its important strategy in the international affairs; the fourth forecasts the economic complementarity development and prosperity of China and the EU in the next century; the fifth section is a conclusion.
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