Iulia Monica Oehler-Șincai
Iulia Monica Oehler-Șincai
Economist, scientific researcher at the Institute for World Economy of the Romanian Academy, author, co-author and coordinator of numerous studies, research papers and books on topics like: the EU foreign policy, foreign trade and investment policies, emerging economies, Asian development models, BRICS cooperation framework and the New Public Management
Comments on the New Chinese Initiatives and Their Potential Impact on the Sino-Romanian Relations

Comments on the New Chinese Initiatives and Their Potential Impact on the Sino-Romanian Relations

Since 2012, the new Chinese administration has begun to model the Chinese “going-out strategy” under the characteristics of self-assurance, confidence, leadership and global networking. Initially, the Belt and Road initiative (BRI), announced in autumn 2013 by President Xi Jinping, might have appeared as utopian in the intention of reactivating and extending the Silk Road by land and sea beyond Asia-Pacific, towards Europe, Africa and America. The long-term vision of the BRI is underscored by its first implementation phase, which should be finished until 2049, the year of the 100th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. More

No. 4, Mar.-Apr. 2017 2017


Budapest, Again the “Capital” of 16+1

Budapest, Again the “Capital” of 16+1

Budapest hosts this year on the 27th of November the sixth summit of 16+1 Initiative, designed China and its 16 Central and Eastern European (CEE) partners. The first economic forum of the 16+1 countries took place also in Budapest, six years ago. The 16+1 mechanism was officially initiated in 2012 during the Warsaw Summit by the People’s Republic of China in order to stimulate the cooperation with Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia. The subsequent yearly summits (Bucharest, Belgrade, Suzhou and Riga) and side events such as business forums, national coordinators’ gatherings, seminars and various 16+1 Ministers' meetings have given a new impetus to China-CEE relations.  More

No. 4, Mar.-Apr. 2017 2017


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