From "Chinese Economic Sphere" to Chinese Unification
How can China's peaceful unification be achieved? This is a historical issue. What to do in the face of the regionalization of the world economy and protectionism? This is a challenge of the times. The unification of the Chinese nation is inextricably bound up with the question of economic development. Under this double pressure, the Chinese are even more aware of their common identity. The concept of a "Chinese economic sphere" is an instinctive reflection of this awareness. It carries the double task of national politics and economics and forms a bridge from "economic cooperation" to "political unification."
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Volume (Year): 26 (1993)
Issue (Month): 6 (January)
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