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The Development of Sino-Romanian Relations After 1989

Gao Ge ()
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Gao Ge: Institute of Russian, East European & Central Asian Studies Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Global Economic Observer, 2017, vol. 5, issue 1

Abstract: The Sino-Romanian relations after 1989 have experienced three stages:the development and deepening of friendly and cooperative relations (1989~2003), the establishment and development of a comprehensive friendly cooperative partnership (2004~2011), the deepening of a comprehensive friendly cooperative partnership (2012~ ). The bilateral relations have been developing steadily and have played an exemplary and leading role in the development of relations between China and CEECs. The development of Sino-Romanian relations has benefited from the traditional friendship between the two countries, the respect for each other, the consensus on major regional and international issues, the complementary economic advantages and the decision-making of the two governments. But the level of bilateral relations, as well as the economic and trade cooperation has yet to be improved. The problems that need to be solved are how to promote the economic and trade cooperation at a higher level, how to deal with the challenges of stakeholders and how to reduce the negative impact of the frequent changes of the Romanian government.

Keywords: Sino-Romanian relations; friendly and cooperative relations; comprehensive friendly cooperative partnership; CEECs; 16+1 cooperation; the Belt and Road Initiative (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017-06
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