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Opening China's Construction Markets through International Agreements and Negotiations and Applications for Firms
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Opening China's Construction Markets through International Agreements and Negotiations and Applications for Firms
Yang, Junsok;
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 Abstract
This paper examines the extent of China's market liberalization in the construction market seen through the point of view of WTO agreements and Korea-China FTA. Since the environment set by these agreements form the institutional background that Korean firms must work with to successfully access the market, the Korean government must work to reduce Chinese barriers as much as possible through international negotiations on these agreements. The paper sets out three goals for negotiations and the appropriate agreements and fora the government can use to advance these goals.
 Keywords
China construction market;WTO;FTA;
 Language
Korean
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