EMS, China and the WTO
- China Impact Big, Getting Bigger. Levine, Bernard // Electronic News;7/9/2001, Vol. 47 Issue 28, p2
Examines the importance of China to the global electronics industry. Involvement of computer and semiconductor manufacturers in China; History of the country; Intention of China to become part of the World Trade Organization.
- 2. NAPHTHA PRODUCTS IN TAIWAN: 2.2. LATENT DEMAND: ASPECTS OF INTEREST. // Naphtha Products in Taiwan: A Strategic Reference, 2003;2003, p6
Chapter 2 of the book "Naphtha Products in Taiwan: A Strategic Reference 2003" is presented. It examines the latent demand and accessibility for the petrochemical industry in Taiwan. The petrochemical market has experienced a steady growth in sales volume due to increasing demand for ethylene....
- Where's Your IP? // SMT: Surface Mount Technology;Jun2007, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p12
The article reports on the two copyright and intellectual property (IP) violation charges brought by the U.S. against China to the World Trade Organization (WTO), pointing a struggle between industry groups and outsourcing strategies that maintain the electronics industry. In this regard,...
- China and Taiwan Join WTO. // Electronic News;11/19/2001, Vol. 47 Issue 47, p4
Provides updates on the electronics industry as of November 19, 2001. Benefits that will be gained by the industry with the entry of China to the World Trade Organization; Companies that formed joint development efforts for programmable logic device; Market forecast of Semico Research Corp.
- China Seeks WTO Entry. Bruner, Richard // Electronic News;04/05/99, Vol. 45 Issue 14, p12
Focuses on the planned entry of China into the World Trade Organization (WTO). Condition that the electronics industry in the United States wants China to meet; Obstacles to an agreement on the entry of China into the WTO; Key issues for the entry of China into the WTO according to James F....
- Regional review: Taiwan. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Dec96, p9
Reports that there is concern by Taiwan officials that the country may not be admitted to the World Trade Organisation. Property slump caused by empty houses; Reduction in United States air services.
- China's easing rules on foreign insurers pleasing to buyers. Bradford, Michael // Business Insurance;1/13/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p29
Reports on the state of Chinese insurance markets as the country fulfills its commitment for joining the World Trade Organization (WTO) and revises its insurance regulation. Benefits to insurance buyers from the regulations allowing insurers to locate and expand in China; Effects of business...
- From bananas to buttons, new trade rules kick in. Rohde, David // Christian Science Monitor;2/15/95, Vol. 87 Issue 56, p1
Talks about the mission of the World Trade Organization. Prospects of the organization; Suggestions for a changed agenda of the organization.
- Taiwan Officially Joins WTO. // Industry Week/IW;Feb2002, Vol. 251 Issue 2, p14
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