Negotiating with China

In the first meeting held no important issues are ever discussed, rather parties seek to build a relationship based on mutual trust and a sprinkling of friendship.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Trade with China is unavoidable. The Asian giant's economy is the second largest in the world and nobody can afford to ignore it, both for the power of its exports and the size of its consumer market.

In his article for Clarin.com, former president of Chile Ricardo Lagos comments that, "relationships with this great country need to evolve calmly and with eyes set firmly on strategic objectives". Lagos goes on to say that, "therefore, when building dialogue with the Chinese government and society, any attempt to rush definitions or obtain quick results disregards a key element to Chinese and Asian thinking: the importance of process and understanding causation".



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