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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Anti-Dumping: The WTO and Trade Disputes across the Taiwan Strait

Feng, Yi-liang 16 July 2008 (has links)
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A Study on the Chinese Ministry of Commerce

Wu, MIn-hui 13 February 2009 (has links)
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Tang, Lin-ching 29 July 2005 (has links)
As maritime transport service is a major tool for a nation to expand its economy and trade, the prosperity of maritime transport service is an indicator of its economic and trade prowess. The negotiations on the General Agreement on Trade in Services¡]GATS¡^have lasted for 10 years since the Uruguay Round in 1986. It is a pity that the negotiations still cannot be wrapped up as the norm of trade owing to the industry particularity, complexity, and conflict of interests among WTO members. Since Taiwan n China have become a member of the WTO ¡V the United Nations of world trade, - government between Taiwan and China will take into account the world organization major development when it formulates its policy on economy and trade. As an important part of international service trade, international maritime services in Taiwan and China are bound to be affected and regulated by GATS. It is practically urgent and necessary to make a through analysis and research of GATS and have a clear and correct understanding of its content and essence, so that international maritime services in China and Taiwan can develop steadily in a healthy and stable legal circumstance which is in harmony with that of international convention. In this thesis, a comprehensive, though and systematic appraisal and research is made on the regulation, rules and principles in international maritime services as well as its application in this field. This paper discusses the highlights of the maritime policies of various nations and the causes for the failure of the talks in the past. It also deals with the negative attitude of the United States that led to the suspension of the operations of the small group of negotiation on maritime transport service. It analyzes whether there is a possibility for the US to change its mind after the September 11 Incident. On the other hand, the paper reviews the effectiveness of the past five ministerial meetings of the WTO. Among the three categories of maritime services, this paper regards that international maritime transport services have a greater opportunity to carry out liberalization. As for auxiliary services & access to and use of port services, it takes time to iron out the differences. The call for long-run follow-up talks to reach the final goals. Finally, based on the above analysis and in view of the observation of WTO and GATS, suggestions are made on how to form and perfect the legislation of international maritime services in Chins and Taiwan. The paper calls on the government to assist in earnest the shipping business in digging out and resolving their problems, particularly at a time when marine transport services are still not regulated by the WTO/GATS. It is a pressing need that the government coordinates between China and Taiwan all state enterprises not to abandon their care for domestic shipping companies. This will deprive the government of its bargaining chips when in future negotiations other nations demand for an exchange of opening of the shipping market.
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The scenario analysis of feedstuff industry in Taiwan after participating in WTO

Chuan-Chyr, Chiou, 23 June 2000 (has links)
Abstract Over the past three decades, the feedstuff industry has developed and grown rapidly in Taiwan due to improvement in nutritional design, formulation of feed recipes and management technology. This excellent performance was recognized by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Such performance seemed to be able to ameliorate in deficit between U.S.A. and Taiwan, R.O.C. However, after participating in World Trade Organization (W.T.O.), many industries including feedstuff in Taiwan might have changed drastically for competition and survival in the international trade. In this study, the feedstuff industry has been analyzed and characterized into five categories: individual proprietorship, reprocessing manufactory, niche manufactory, medium sized manufactory and consortium. The individual proprietorship will take full advantages at low cost and law taxes to survive and compete in feedstuff industry. The failure of reprocessing manufactory, in addition to lacking in technical development and research, could be account for illegality in this country. The niche manufactory could expand much more business itself and be capable of having the potency for competition. The medium sized manufactory could be better organized by working together as partnership to satisfy supply and demand. The resulting development of this type of business might turned out to be as good as speculated. However, consortium has to be the best one for competition by grouping-organization aspect and it will have a progressive development and investment potential in feedstuff industry in Taiwan after participating in W.T.O.
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Huang, Chun-Nan 20 July 2000 (has links)
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International Norms and the causation of trade friction between China and the United States

Hsieh, Yi-Hsuan 10 September 2007 (has links)
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Ren, Jia-hong 07 August 2006 (has links)
Being particular about technology and efficiency and what influence the future lifestyle of human beings, neither of them is disconnected with the steel industry. As a result, the industry that plays a decisive role in the entire nation¡¦s economic progression is a requirement and a token of an advanced country. In the times of technology to predominate, it¡¦s indispensable to managing to upgrade the industry for the sake of adaptation to any impacts from in the middle of the future business operation. Consequently, we could keep pace with the so called leading-edge technology and jointly take responsibility as a contributor for the mankind advancement. In the steel industrial structure in our country, both technological and legal systems basically respond to the spirits of sustainable development. In the light of the global industry development, in Taiwan, how to build up small but sound enterprises lies in upgrading the technology and manufacturing high-class products and dodges to fight in the low price markets and targets at the worldwide advantageous requirements for environmental protection and energy saving and efficiency and safety. By means of technological and management superiority, we run after value promotion so that the outlook remains bright. Will our steel industry facing the strategic competition of the globalization change subject to the influence of the operation strategics toward the mainland China? This is a question worth our concern. The paper is to analyze what strategy and policy in the steel industries across the Straits are applied to cope under the new framework of WTO and also predict the future tendency by the profound understanding of the progressive profile in the steel industries across the Straits and analyzing patterns in all kinds of industries. On the one hand, the purpose is to find out more suitable analytic patterns of industrial competition; on the other hand, the analyzed results can be provided for the progressive practicians in the industries to frame the strategies or for the government to refer to make policies in a bid to continue to enhance competitive superiority in our steel industry or to look for a win-win situation for the steel industries across the Straits.
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Huang, Sung-Lung 25 June 2002 (has links)
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The Port of Kaohsiung's competition and development strategies under the current China-Taiwan relation and WTO framework--The study of port business promotion strategies

Tsai, Ting-Yi 13 July 2003 (has links)
The Port of Kaohsiung's competition and development strategies under the current China-Taiwan relation and WTO framework--The study of port business promotion strategies
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The Port of Kaohsiung's competition and development strategies under the current China-Taiwan relation and WTO framework--The study of transformation for traditional shipping industries.

Hwang, Ru-Yu 01 September 2003 (has links)
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