TURCSÁNYI, Richard, Rudolf FURST a Tamás MATURA. The Visegrad Countries' Political Relations with China. In Ágnes Szunomár. Chinese Investments and Financial Engagement in Visegrad Countries: Myth or Reality? Budapest: Institute of World Economics, 2014. s. 127-141, 15 s. Centre for Economic and Regional Studies. ISBN 978-963-301-615-2.
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Originální název The Visegrad Countries' Political Relations with China
Autoři TURCSÁNYI, Richard (703 Slovensko, garant, domácí), Rudolf FURST (203 Česká republika) a Tamás MATURA (348 Maďarsko).
Vydání Budapest, Chinese Investments and Financial Engagement in Visegrad Countries: Myth or Reality? od s. 127-141, 15 s. Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, 2014.
Nakladatel Institute of World Economics
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Originální jazyk angličtina
Typ výsledku Kapitola resp. kapitoly v odborné knize
Obor 50601 Political science
Stát vydavatele Maďarsko
Utajení není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
Forma vydání tištěná verze "print"
Kód RIV RIV/00216224:14230/14:00087075
Organizační jednotka Fakulta sociálních studií
ISBN 978-963-301-615-2
Klíčová slova anglicky Visegrad countries; Chinese investments; Visegrad-China relations
Změnil Změnil: Ing. Mgr. Richard Turcsányi, Ph.D., učo 171930. Změněno: 22. 3. 2016 05:42.
Numerous theories have emerged on the true nature of the China-CEE cooperation in recent years. Some believe that China nurtures hidden The Visegrad countries’ Political Relations with China: Goals, results and prospects 137 5Interview with MEP Adrian Severin, 27 November 2013, European Parliament, Brussels. political intentions covered by business cooperation and even tries to divide Europe from the inside. Others say that the 16+1 is a purely economic cooperation fostering investment and trade relations. We have found that with the exception of SinoCzech relations there has not been any substantial change in the political relations between the V4 and China since 2012. That is mirrored by the lack of clear economic takeoff, although in economic exchange the four countries are still much ahead the rest of the group of CEE16. Politically the major improvement of the bilateral relations with Poland came in 2011, thus before the official kick-off of the 16+1 platform. Ever since then, Hungary has not experienced any significant increase in their political relations with Beijing and similar thing is truth for Slovakia.
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