Southeast Asia Worries over Growing Economic Dependence on China
Das, Sanchita Basu | November 2017
This Perspective analyses the trade and investment relations that Southeast Asian economies have with China and compares these to those they have with the US, Japan, the EU and South Korea.4 The paper concludes that although China has leverage in terms of trade, its investments are yet to catch up with those from other developed countries. China can therefore not really as yet be called a dominant economic power in Southeast Asia. However, as China increases its outbound investments and completes more infrastructure projects, its geopolitical influence in the region will definitely increase.
CitationDas, Sanchita Basu. 2017. Southeast Asia Worries over Growing Economic Dependence on China. © ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7648.
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