Beijing Relations Enhanced, But At What Cost?

February 2010
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Feb2010, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p6
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The article focuses on the relations between Cambodia and China. It stresses the willingness of the Cambodian government to expel 20 Uighur asylum seekers from Xinjiang, China. It relates that the decision of the Cambodian government to bow to Chinese demands was driven by the potential economic benefits of closer ties with China. It indicates that the Chinese export market remains untapped for Cambodian exporters in the longer term, representing less than 1% of the total market share.


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