China's International Investment Strategy : Bilateral, Regional, and Global Law and Policy
(International Economic Law Series (London, England).)
Chaisse, Julien (EDT)
Oxford Univ Pr 2019/04
523 p. charts ; 24 cm.
This book explores the three tracks of China's investment policy and strategy: bilateral agreements, regional agreements, and global initiatives. Its overarching topic is whether these three tracks compete with or complement one another - a question of profound importance for China's political and economic future and world investment governance.
Table of Contents
Zhao Hong: Forward Julien Chaisse: Introduction: China's International Investment Law and Policy Regime- Identifying the Three Tracks 1: Michael J. Enright: China's Inward Investment: Approach And Impact 2: Hui Yao Wang and Lu Miao: China's Outward Investment: Chinese Enterprise Globalization's Characteristics, Trends, and Challenges 3: Na Li: Impact of Tax Factors on Chinese FDIs 4: Lu Wang: SOE Investments and The National Security Protection: Implications For China 5: Jie (Jeanne) Huang: Nationwide Regulatory Reform Starting From China's Free Trade Zones: The Case Of Negative List Of Non-Conforming Measures 6: Manjiao Chi: Addressing Sustainable Development Concerns through IIAs: A Preliminary Assessment of Chinese IIAs 7: Kyle Dylan Dickson-Smith: Lessons Learned from The Canada-China FIPA For The US-China BIT And Beyond: Chinese Whispers Or Chinese Checkers? 8: Hadas Peled and Marcia Don Harpaz: Innovation as a Catalyst in the China-Israel Investment Relationship:The China-Israel BIT (2009) and the Prospective FTA 9: Flavia Marisi and Qian Wang: Drivers and Issues of China-EU Negotiations for A Comprehensive Agreement on Investment 10: Issues on SOEs in BITs: The (Complex) Case of the Sino-US BIT negotiations 11: Matthew Levine: Towards A Fourth Generation of Chinese Treaty Practice: Substantive Changes, Balancing Mechanisms, And Selective Adaption 12: Won-Mog Choi: Substantive Provisions of East Asian Trilateral Investment Agreement and Their Implications 13: Heng Wang: The RCEP Investment Rules and China: Learning From the Malleability of Chinese FTAs 14: Amokura Kawharu and Luke Nottage: Towards an Asia-Pacific Regional Investment Regime: The Potential Influence of Australia and New Zealand as a Collective Middle Power 15: Horia Ciurtin: A New Era in Cross-Strait Relations? A Post-Sovereign Enquiry in Taiwan's Investment Treaty System 16: Karl P. Sauvant: China Moves The G20 Toward An International Investment Framework And Investment Facilitation 17: Anna Joubin-Bret and Cristian Rodriguez Chiffelle: G20 Guiding Principles for Global Investment Policy-Making: A Stepping Stone for Multilateral Rules on Investment 18: Sophie Meunier: Beware of Chinese Bearing Gifts: Why China's Direct Investment Poses Political Challenges in Europe and the United States 19: Ka Zeng: The Political Economy of Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investment in "One-Belt, One-Road (OBOR)" Countries 20: Manzoor Ahmad: China's Role And Interest In Central Asia: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor 21: Susan Finder: The International Fraud & Corruption Sanctioning System: The Case of Chinese SOEs 22: Joel Slawotsky: He Who Makes the Rules Owns the Gold: The Potential Ramifications of The New International Law Architects 23: Matthew Hodgson and Adam Bryan: Investment Treaty Arbitration in Asia: The China Factor 24: Jane Willems: Investment Disputes Under China's Bits: Jurisdiction with Chinese Characteristics? 25: Claire Wilson: Protecting Chinese Investment Under the Investor-State Dispute Settlement Regime: A Review In Light Of Ping An V Belgium 26: Sungjin Kang: Use Of Investor-State Against China's Enforcement of The Anti-Monopoly Law: Belling The Panda? 27: Shu Shang: Implementing Investor-State Mediation in China's Next Generation investment Treaties