|Author (Person)||Holslag, Jonathan|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Series Title||The International Spectator|
|Series Details||Vol.52, No.1, March 2017, p46-60|
|Publication Date||March 2017|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
Chinese policy documents about the New Silk Road, also called ‘One Belt, One Road’, mostly testify to a strong ambition to unlock foreign markets and support domestic firms in taking on foreign competitors.
In a context of global economic stagnation, this comes as a major challenge to Europe. As China’s market share grows spectacularly in countries along the New Silk Road, key European member states have both lost market shares and even seen their exports shrink in absolute terms.
|Countries / Regions||China, Europe|