Is China giving rise threats to the world?

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Nowadays, a new round of "China's threat theory" starts! Is China really threats the world?
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Is China giving rise threats to the world?

  1. 1. Is China Giving Rise Threats To the World? --The China Threat Theory made by Daphne 08530602 Rayon 08533121
  2. 2. A wild tiger or paper tiger?  The number of wealthy Chinese rank world’s fourth!  LV (LouisVuitton) thanks the Chinese!  Dice City (Las Vegas) loves Chinese!
  3. 3. Surface Phenomena! The same Dangerous! picture~but…
  4. 4. A wild tiger or paper tiger? --continue  Uneven economic development!  Load factor is out of limits severely!  Low scientific and technological content!
  5. 5. A new round of "China threat"  India: China’s economics and IT threat  Japan: China’s nuclear threat (4th may)  America: China’s economics and military threat (in June From: http//world.people.com.cn/GB/14549/3891509.html and July)
  6. 6. Why advertise “China Threat Theory”?  Lacks understanding of China reality  Maintain “the advantages of democracy” Hey! She is with me!  Expansion of the From news.sohu.com/20061204/n246787749.shtml hegemonic mentality
  7. 7. Why advertise “China Threat Theory”? --- continue  Excuse to develop military power  Make up public opinion -against China  Lead dissatisfaction of domestic reality to China  They think China is From hk.huaxia.com/zhwh/wzzdlj/2006/12/113709.html
  8. 8. World’s economic power China’s rise has been viewed with uncertainty , anxiousness in the west
  9. 9.  In the context of the financial crisis, China's 9 percent economic growth in the global economy can be said to be thriving
  10. 10. While actually is Not…  China is far from the world’s economics power    As far as 2006, China's gross domestic product (GDP) is only equal to one-tenth of the EU 。 Japan's GDP is only 40% of U.S and Europe but still four times of China.
  11. 11. Can be seen that the Chinese are far from the economic superpower Us$ Imports and exports 12000 GDP 10000 External trade 2000 8000 1500 6000 1000 4000 2000 500 0 0 America EU Japan Asia China Canada Mexica
  12. 12. Monopoly of global manufacturing? manufactu ring China
  13. 13. Actually… China is only the last value chain of link in world's manufacturing ! Let’s have a look~
  14. 14. Balance trade 80 1985 1990 Buy from Japan 60 1995 40 20 0 20 Sell to China 40 60 China Japan America Europe
  15. 15. Does China squeeze other countries in the world?
  16. 16.  In fact, China's rise does not squeeze the living space of neighboring countries in East Asia  Asian economies trade issue is not caused by the Chinese 。  See the graph below…..
  17. 17. US$ China does not take away the foreign direct investment ( FDI ) from other East Asian 70 economies NIEs/ASEAN (Newly industrialzed economics/association of southeast Asian nations ) The double counting part in China’s FDI 60 possibly Net FDI of China 50 40 30 20 10 0 1985 1990 1995 2000
  18. 18. Conclusion !  China's rise will bring opportunities to the neighboring countries  Between China and developed countries, there has a relationship of complementarity.  China act as a great leading role In economic development.
  19. 19. It is an opportunity instead of threat ! ^0^
  20. 20. references • Lu Gang & Guo Xuetang (2004)<China threats whom?-unscramble “China threat theory”>P305~336 • Zhang Quanyi (2004)<Hot issues on the contemporary world politics and economics>Chapter12:Analysis of "China threat theory" • http://www.china.com.cn/chinese/jingji/252900.htm • http://www.china.com.cn/chinese/jingji/252900.htm • <http://pdfserve.informaworld.com/576004_731253146_713675895. pdf> • BROOMFIELD, E. (2003, May). Perceptions of Danger: the China threat theory. Journal of Contemporary China, 12(35), 265. Retrieved July 20, 2009, from Academic Search Elite database. • Zhongren, W. (1997, July 14). `China threat' theory groundless. Beijing Review, 40(28), 7. Retrieved July 20, 2009, from Academic Search Elite database.

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