The (Trade but Not Exclusively Trade) Relationship Between China and Malaysia

Despite there not being a border between the two countries, China and Malaysia share deep ties, anything from ethnicity-related ones (with a quarter of Malaysia’s population consisting of Malaysian Chinese after a migration phenomenon that occurred several centuries ago, although sociological data tends to indicate that they don’t necessarily identify as Chinese) to the economic


China and the World Trade Organization’s Love/Hate Relationship

Back in 2001, China’s WTO membership came with promises that the authorities will embark on a journey which consists of clear measures that increase the access of foreign companies to China’s domestic market. Since then, China went from a $1.3 trillion GDP in 2001 to over $14 billion at this point and some countries (with