China in the Pacific: some policy considerations for Australia and New Zealand
"... Opinion remains divided on the consequences of this increased presence and the influence of PRC and Taiwanese interests in the Pacific Islands. Chinese diaspora business elements from Southeast Asia have also become more prominent in the Pacific Islands region in recent years. There is division on whether this recent rise in overall Chinese activity will be sustained. This paper investigates these key issues, highlights areas where information is uncertain or unavailable, then outlines the...[Show more]
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ANU Research Publications
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