Cross Strait Agreement On Trade In Services

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「台灣經濟與全球鏈結」-兩岸服務業貿易協定講座心得 經濟104 D54006 ...view middle of the document...

136%,在這種種不利的情況下加入區域經濟整合變成了刻不容緩的事情,而這個部份剛好呼應到了上次外交大使酆邰先生演講中所提到的跨太平洋夥伴協定(TPP)及區域全面經濟夥伴協定(RCEP),其會員國與我國之貿易額與投資額又占相當大的比例,重要性不言可喻,接著次長帶領我們去思考為什麼我們要和中國大陸簽署FTA,為了讓學生們能信服,次長利用國際貨幣基金(IMF)對中國大陸所出具之報告及英國最具代表性的經濟學人雜誌報導加以佐證,希望能讓我們了解到近20年來,兩岸經貿緊密往來交流後,中國大陸儼然已成為臺灣經濟成長的重要動力,因此我國經貿及外交政策無可避免得應該同時走向世界及中國大陸,而這幾年政府也正在朝這個方向努力,ECFA架構下的服務業貿易協定便是成果之一,由於前一陣子反服貿太陽花學運鬧得沸沸揚揚,次長在對服務業貿易協定做陳述時顯得格外謹慎,首先大略得向我們介紹了服務業貿易協議的內容,接著再告訴我們...

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