Η εμπορική σχέση Κίνας - Ευρώπης και η εξέλιξη της διακίνησης ε/κ κατά την περίοδο 2006-2011: η περίπτωση του Πειραιά
Αρταβάνη, Δέσποινα Χ.
SubjectΔιεθνές εμπόριο ; Εμπορευματοκιβώτια ; Λιμάνια -- Εμπορεύματα -- Μεταφορές ; Εμπόριο -- Κίνα ; Εμπόριο -- Ευρώπη ; Πειραιάς -- Λιμάνι ; Λιμάνια -- Στατιστικές μέθοδοι
The previous 20 years have witnessed a great change in the Chinese economy and its role of the World Trade Balance. China starting to be a purely agricultural economy came to be one of the major industrial powers. The abundant and cheap labor force, the abundant natural resources and wealth of the country, the more than advantageous geographic location and its access abroad and the careful planning of their economy through 5-year plan policies, created the infrastructure for the economic expansion of China. We are undoubtedly talking about a global regulator of Commerce. The above mentioned, unprecedented growth of the Chinese economy coincides with a rather difficult situation in Europe and America. In long term basis, this growth coincides with the necessity of dominating to Imports too. Comparative study of the available statistical research's data, aims to show that the Eurasia trade relationship being formed since decades, is displayed by the best possible prospects. Particularly, the focus will be the sea-transport of containers, as recorded among China and Europe during the period 2006 - 2011 and even more, the volume of teus from China ports to the port of Piraeus and vice-versa, will be measured too. A thorough evaluation will take place, regarding prices that would ensue, and then regarding factors which have impacted positively or negatively the Eurasia outcome.