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China, The United States, and the Future of Central AsiaU.S.-China Relations, Volume I$
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David B.H. Denoon

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9781479844333

Published to NYU Press Scholarship Online: March 2016

DOI: 10.18574/nyu/9781479844333.001.0001

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Chinese and Russian Economic Interests in Central Asia

Chinese and Russian Economic Interests in Central Asia

Comparative Analysis

Chapter:
(p.130) 5 Chinese and Russian Economic Interests in Central Asia
Source:
China, The United States, and the Future of Central Asia
Author(s):

Li Xin

Xin Daleng

Publisher:
NYU Press
DOI:10.18574/nyu/9781479844333.003.0005

This chapter provides a comparative analysis of Chinese and Russian economic interests in Central Asia. Russian economic interests in Central Asia mainly work under the assumption that strengthening economic ties with Central Asia will lead to Eurasian economic integration or Eurasian Alliance with the region, and promote the development of the Russian economy. In contrast, China's economic interests in Central Asia are aimed at facilitating economic development of both sides through bilateral trade and investment with the region. Moreover, Central Asia's prosperity and stability can not only maintain the safety of Xinjiang Province and even the western region of China, but also provide a secure external barrier for China to resist traditional security threats.

Keywords:   Chinese economic interests, Russian economic interests, Central Asia, Eurasian Alliance, Russian domestic economy, Xinjiang Province

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