China und Lateinamerika
Hat die“Exportorientierte Entwicklung“ angesichts der Exportoffensive Chinas noch eine Chance?
Schlagworte:China, Lateinamerika, Ökonomie, Mexiko, USA
China's socioeconomic accumulation in the last 30 years has been probably one of the most outstanding global developments and has resulted in massive new challenges for core and periphery countries. The article examines how China's rapid and massive integration to the world market has posed new challenges for countries such as Mexico - and most of Latin America - as a result of China's successful exportoriented industrialization. China's accumulation and global integration process does, however, not only question and challenges the export-possibilities in the periphery, but also the global inability to provide energy in the medium term.