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|Contributors: ||國立臺灣海洋大學: 航運管理學系|
|Keywords: ||兩岸通航、通航協商、協商議題、協商模式、cross-Straits direct shipping、 negotiation of direct shipping、 agenda of negotiation、 modes of negotiation|
|Issue Date: ||2016-03-10T07:16:45Z
Abstract:By the end of 2003, the Governments across the Straits brought up their stance and position on direct transport respectively. Taiwan released ”Assessment of the Impact of Direct Cross-Strait Transportation” on August 15, 2003. In addition, Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian proposed the ”three phases of the cross-Straits direct transportation” as a timetable for direct transport. Immediately after that, the mainland China also released a white paper on direct transport on December 17, 2003 and claimed that consultation of direct transport might be conducted by non-governmental organization from both sides. From above announcements, it seems that the negotiation of direct transport is within a stone's throw. However, either side has not taken any actual actions yet.
The key problems of cross-Straits direct transport falls on its nature. The cross-Straits direct transport should be a matter of economic issues, however, it is hard to avert from political considerations. Currently the mode of negotiation on the cross-Straits direct shipping has not been reached consensus yet. Under the huge need of transportation, the shipping across the Straits has been the problem to be dealt and resolved urgently.
The purpose of this paper tries to examine and explore above issues. First of all, this paper will analyze the factors affected direct shipping across the Straits. Furthermore the key problems on negotiation of the cross-Straits direct shipping shall be examined. Finally, this paper tries to summarize the agenda of negotiation and feasible mode of negotiation. This paper focuses sea transport because the cross-Straits interaction of sea transport is closer than air transport and the improved measures of sea transport are more than air transport. This paper also expects that the finding and results of this paper may provide a reference for observation and appraisal on cross-Straits direct shipping in the future.
|Relation: ||13(4),P1 - 9|
|Appears in Collections:||[航運管理學系] 期刊論文|
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