What are the benefits of world economic powers to negotiate on the Arab market?
Since the transatlantic declaration in 1990, American and European enjoy a strong relationship with an active cooperation in several sectors as Justice, Energy, Environment, Science or Education. They represent the largest bilateral trade and investment relationship in the world with roughly 40% of the world trade and over 60% of the world GDP1. Opposite to them, China, a 1.3 billion people country with labor resources, more educated people launched into the international competition. Those three huge countries understood that a new market emerged: the Arab market. With 25 countries and more than 325 million people, the Arab market proposes new ways to make business. When the world economic powers confront on the Arab market, the question arises about the value added of this approach. It is easy to understand that Arab market is a strategically place to invest.
Thus, the ambition of this paper is to analyze the European / American competition with China in the Arab market.
The first part will be devoted to understand the introduction of greater competition in the Arab market with a selection of sectors: banking and telecom sectors. The second part will be focused on that how the Arab market is running? How do the Arab culture, values, policy and religion influence the trade?
[...] The European / American competition with China in the Arab market THE ARAB WESTERN CULTURAL RELATIONS FENG MAYA KIZGINDERE ONUR MEUNIER NELLY TANG XIAN Mr. KAIROUZ - BEM - MACI 2010 – 18/11/ What are the benefits of world economic powers to negotiate on the Arab market? 1 active cooperation Host of sectors: Justice and home affairs Energy and energy security Environment Science & technology Education & training LARGEST BILATERAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT RELATIONSHIP IN THE WORLD Roughly 40% of the world trade and over 60% of the world GDP CULTURAL New services development: bank, energy E-commerce development DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS Transatlantic Declaration on EC-US Relations Countries knows each other INTRODUCTION A. [...]
[...] WESTERN VS CHINA Difficulties in trade relations between the two countries China needs the U.S. market. The U.S. benefit from Chinese products "From time to time, the relationship between the two countries is beautiful business opportunities” Political scientist, Loïc Tassé. 18/11/ POWERFUL COUNTRIES COMPETITION INTRODUCTION IN THE ARAB MARKET CONTENTS ARAB MARKETS FACE HYPERCOMPETITIVE GLOBAL POWER PROSPECTS WESTERN 2222ECONOMICS Maya, Nel, Onur, Xian© 18/11/ How does the Arab culture and religion influence the trade? I POWERFUL COUNTRIES COMPETITION INTRODUCTION IN THE ARAB MARKET A. [...]
[...] QUESTIONS TO THE CLASS 18/11/ WESTERN 2222ECONOMICS Maya, Nel, Onur, Xian© III PROSPECTS B. HOW TO IMPROVE COMPETITION IN ARAB MARKET? 18/11/ WESTERN 2222ECONOMICS Maya, Nel, Onur, Xian© III PROSPECTS B. HOW TO IMPROVE COMPETITION IN ARAB MARKET? 18/11/ TODAY Globalization Resources competition Financial crisis TOMORROW Strengthen interactions Invest on companies CONCLUSION WESTERN 2222ECONOMICS Maya, Nel, Onur, Xian© U.S. Internet giant Yahoo Purchase popular Jordan-based web portal Maktoob 18/11/ REFERENCES The Arab World Competitiveness Report 2007, MARGARETA DRZENIEK HANOUZ, World Economic Forum TARIK YOUSEF, Dubai School of Government pages. [...]
[...] 18/11/ IMPORT China:32% import Dependent on Middle East oil TODAY: 58% of China's oil Imports come from the region. USA buy oil by multinational but is no dependent on Middle East MIDDLE EAST Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries: Coordinate and unify the petroleum policies Ensure the stabilization of oil markets 70% of the world's oil reserves CHINA 1.3 billion people Industrialization Large-scale transition away from bicycles and mass transit toward private automobiles. OIL CONSUMPTION: per year, seven times faster than the U.S FIRST PRODUCER WORLDWIDE CHINA NEEDS MIDDLE EAST I POWERFUL COUNTRIES COMPETITION INTRODUCTION IN THE ARAB MARKET C. [...]
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