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China: Locomotora Estimulante Del Comercio Mundial

  • Ernesché Rodríguez Asien
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    Antes de referirme específicamente a las condiciones que propiciaron el ingreso de China a la Organización Mundial del Comercio (OMC), hay que remontarse, un poco atrás, o sea, a unos cuantos años atrás, porque curiosamente China fue uno de los 23 miembros fundadores del GATT (siglas de General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, que en español significa Acuerdo General sobre Aranceles Aduaneros y Comercio) en el año 1948. Sin embargo, luego, en el año 1949, recién formado el gobierno en Taiwán; China se retiraba del GATT. Más tarde, en la década de los 80, precisamente en el año 1986, China notificó su intención de acceder al GATT. Sin embargo, su postulación fue aceptada 15 años después, por diversas razones, diversos factores, entre esos de índole político también. El 11 de diciembre de 2001, China ingresaba ya, formalmente, a la OMC, o sea, a la Organización Mundial de Comercio tras 15 años de intensas negociaciones. Uno de los objetivos fundamentales de China para formar parte de la OMC estribaba en asegurarse de un trato igualitario en sus relaciones comerciales con respecto a terceros países.

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    Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Observatorio de la Economía y la Sociedad China.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): 16 (December)

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    Handle: RePEc:erv:obschi:y:2011:16:6
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