Book highlights Sino-Arab economic ties

ABU DHABI — The Information Affairs Office of Deputy Prime Minister Shaikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan has published a study titled, "Arab-Chinese Economic Relations."

By A Staff Reporter

Published: Sun 22 Jul 2007, 9:04 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 3:17 AM

The study focuses on Arab–Chinese economic relations and the rapidly growing economy of China as well as their historical, political, and economic ties. It also highlights the achievements of the Third World countries, in general, and the Arab world, in particular.

The study traces the historical background, modern ramifications and developments in both countries. It also examines the quantum leap in the Arab-Chinese relations after the establishment of the Arab-Chinese Forum in 2004. This was an institutional framework for cooperation and advanced negotiations with the GCC countries aimed at establishing a free trade zone.

The study highlights how China managed to become the fastest growing economy. China has always focused on productivity, rather than the capital, which has been the driving force of its economic growth.

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