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These inflows are by far the largest of any developing country and have remained remarkably stable and robust despite substantial fluctuations in the Asian and global economies. China has accounted for about one-third of total developing-country FDI inflows in recent years. China is not just a magnet for FDI but it is increasingly also a source of FDI. Although its outward investment is still small in absolute terms, especially compared to the huge inward flow, China’s overseas enterprises have been quietly gaining importance as new sources of international capital.
G. Argentina, Mexico, Turkey, and Russia), the assistance given to the worst hit Asian countries, notably Indonesia and Thailand, was seen as too little too late. 7 Regional initiatives were initially in the monetary sphere (Pomfret, 2005a). China was cool to Japan’s August 1997 proposal for an Asian Monetary Fund, but participated in the ASEAN+3 negotiations which led to the May 2000 Chiang Mai Initiative (CMI). The CMI, which became effective in November 2000, allows countries to swap their local currencies for major international currencies for up to six months and for up to twice their committed amount.
Finally, there is an important value associated with participating in the process. One of China’s key strategic goals in joining the WTO was to provide a neutral forum for the resolution of the trade disputes that would be inevitable given the rapidity of China’s expansion as a trading power. Unless the core function of the WTO – the negotiation of successive trade agreements – continues, the value of the WTO as a forum for dispute settlement will also decline. This gives China a systemic interest, as well as an interest arising from the static gains associated with trade reform, in the success of these negotiations.