Prospect and Forecast of “16+1” Local Cooperation
Jia Ruixia ()
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Jia Ruixia: Division of European Science and Technological Institute of European Studies (IES), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Global Economic Observer, 2017, vol. 5, issue 1
In 2012, the platform for “16 + 1” cooperation was born. The China-CEECs Association of Provincial Governors (the Association) was formed in August 2014. A number of 15 provinces and municipalities from China and 29 provinces (states, cities) from CEECs became founding members of the Association. Until now, the Local Leaders Meeting has been held three times. The local governments and enterprises of “16+1” have used the meetings to promote interconnection, boost trade and investment and work together in energy conservation, environmental protection, clean energy and other areas. In the future, the Association needs to attract more partners into local cooperation in order to pave the way for the connection of the “OBOR” initiative and the “16+1” platform, set the stage for increased friendship and prosperity for China, the CEECs and the EU.
Keywords: “16+1”，China，CEECs; local cooperation; “OBOR”; SWOT analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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