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Examining the twenty years since China acceded to the World Trade Organization, this collection provides an original, systematic assessment of the opportunities and challenges that China has presented to the WTO. Offering in-depth analyses of the 'two-way' relationship between China and the WTO, the contributions explore a range of key issues from the varied effects of WTO membership for China and the global economy to the responses of the WTO members to China's rapid economic growth. It presents diverse perspectives of leading scholars from multiple disciplines, including law, economics, political science, and international relations, as well as practical insights from senior policymakers from both China and the United States. This is an invaluable contribution to ongoing debates about the implications of the rise of China for global economic governance and enriches discussions of the wide-ranging implications of China's growing integration into the multilateral trading system, both now and in the future. This title is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.

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  • China and the WTO
    pp i-ii
  • China and the WTO - Title page
    pp iii-iii
  • A Twenty-Year Assessment
  • Copyright page
    pp iv-iv
  • Contents
    pp v-vii
  • Figures
    pp viii-ix
  • Tables
    pp x-xi
  • Contributors
    pp xii-xviii
  • Preface
    pp xix-xix
  • Acknowledgments
    pp xx-xx
  • Part I - Setting the Stage: Chinese Perspectives on China’s Accession to the WTO
    pp 19-70
  • 1 - 20 Years On
    pp 21-44
  • China’s Role in the Multilateral Trading System
  • 2 - China’s Changing Perspective on the WTO
    pp 45-70
  • From Aspiration, Assimilation to Alienation
  • Part II - Political and Economic Implications of China’s WTO Membership
    pp 71-180
  • 4 - Two Decades of TRIPS in China
    pp 89-108
  • 5 - The WTO and the Rule of Law in China
    pp 109-131
  • 6 - China’s Accession to the WTO and Its Impact on Global Agricultural Trade
    pp 132-159
  • Part III - China and Global Trade Governance
    pp 181-298
  • 9 - China’s Relations with the Global South in the World Trade Organization
    pp 204-226
  • 12 - China and WTO Reform
    pp 275-298
  • Part IV - Responses of China’s Trading Partners
    pp 299-426
  • 13 - The Politics of Preferential Trade Liberalization with China
    pp 301-332
  • 14 - Trade as a Foreign Policy Issue
    pp 333-359
  • A Bilateral Micro Perspective
  • 15 - The Post-Accession Treatment of Chinese Goods Exports by WTO Members
    pp 360-380
  • 16 - Small Steps toward the Next Phase of U.S.-China Trade Relations
    pp 381-399

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