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A Structural Analysis on Cross-Strait Direct Shipping Negotiations
Cross-Straits direct shipping;negotiation structure;Offshore Shipping Center Consultation;Hong Kong Shipping Consultation
|Issue Date: ||2016-11-24T06:57:15Z
Abstract:The time for starting the negotiation on cross-Straits direct shipping usually attracts public attention. The exchange activities across the Straits are rapidly increased in recent years. In addition, the measures, such as Offshore Shipping Center, the Route via third place and Three Mini Link, have been put forth in the past years. However, the final stage of the direct shipping between the Straits has been seen yet. The Offshore Shipping Center and Hong Kong Shipping Consultation held respectively in 1997 are the formal negotiations between two sides. The Offshore Shipping Center Consultation has resulted in the success of Offshore Shipping Center program. The Hong Kong Shipping Consultation has also successfully maintained Taiwan-Hong Kong shipping links. The process and the experiences of said Consultations are worthy learning in the future negotiation. To understand the negotiation of cross-Straits direct shipping further, this article proposes to analyze the said negotiations by structural approach. The structure of negotiations will be divided into five aspects so that the negotiations will be analyzed and a structure for future negotiation of cross-Straits direct shipping shall be built up. This article also aims to provide a reference for future negotiation of the direct shipping links across the Taiwan Straits.
|Relation: ||14(2), pp.41-55|
|Appears in Collections:||[航運管理學系] 期刊論文|
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