This book represents the outcomes of a conference at which researchers, policy-makers, and business representatives considered China’s meteoric economic rise and what this portends for revised trade relations between that country and SACU. It brings together all the papers delivered at the conference, as well as an authoritative analysis of China’s growing consumption of global resources. These contributions comprehensively set out the opportunities and challenges presented by a free trade regime, for consideration by policy-makers and other stakeholders in the subregion’s development.
‘This volume … is at the leading edge of efforts to develop accurate and effective southern African perspectives on establishing a stable trade arrangement between SACU and China.’ – Foreword by Xavier Carim, chief director: trade policy and negotiations, South African Department of Trade and Industry
Edited by: Peter Draper and Garth le Pere
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