Looking back at the Tenth Anniversary: A brief introduction to China’s “going global policy”, 2010

Staphany Wong

In 2010, it is ten years since China proclaimed its "going global policy" and officially laid down this policy in the 10th Five-Year Plan in October 2000. This article describes the development over the past ten years and analyzes key moments, concerns and changes regarding this policy.

2010 marks the 10th anniversary of China’s announcement of its “going global policy”, as it became officially a policy of the 10th Five-Year Plan, in October 2000. As the most updated statistics show, China’s foreign direct investment (FDI) has climbed from USD 2.7 billion outflows and USD 29.9 billion stocks in 2002 to USD 56.53 billion outflows and USD 245.75 stocks in 2009.2 The growth is at a stunning speed, and in some of the years, the hikes of FDI outflows are double as they were in the previous years, such as in 2005 and 2008. This article aims to describe the course of the past ten years, to see what the significant moments, concerns and changes were, for China’s “going global policy”. 


Sprache: english
Materialform: artikel
Schlagworte: Weltwirtschaft, Intern. Beziehungen, Energie & Rohstoffe


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