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34 As such, the investment-trade nexus has become increasingly significant, as investments move to the most profitable location for specific parts of the production cycle. Building on the work of Cox,35 the ‘‘new political economy’’ approach associated with Andrew Gamble, Tony Payne and others,36 argues that the international economy of the Bretton Woods era characterised by exchange relations between national economies has been replaced by a global economy grounded in production and finance: The formative aspect of the new global political economy is seen to be the structural power of internationally mobile capital.
Imbued with foreign knowledge or possessing foreign products unavailable in China, many of these people find that the knowledge and products acquired overseas have greater value within China’s domestic market than they did overseas. 36 Such findings reinforce Breslin’s portrait of a porous local economy, heavily influenced by transnational networks which function largely outside of central government controls. Evaluating the source of change in China’s globalization In this concluding section, we will try to organize the disparate elements that are reflected in these papers.
In this way, international institutions and domestic politics will intertwine to bring China into the world and the world into China. While optimistic, Su’s view incorporates a rich understanding of the international system, solid theoretical understanding of the IPE literature, and an awareness of important trends under way within China’s public policy community. China and the WTO Unlike Dr Su, Dr Fan Yongming sees China’s leaders and the state in control of the country’s foreign trade behaviour.