By Maria Weber
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Yet little political progress Great China: Towards the Year 2000 19 seems to have been made. One factor, which is particularly hampering rapprochement between the two, is the democratization process taking place in Taiwan. Since the mid-eighties and particularly since Lee Tenghui came to power, the Nationalist party ( guomindang, GMD) has been working to democratize its institutions and those of the state. Martial law was revoked in 1987 and in the following years political parties and opposition groups were allowed to form, while police control over the opposition was curbed.
Different ﬁgures are provided by different sources. 4 billion by the end of 1992 up to 1997 (China Perspectives, May–June 1998). Japanese sources have estimated US$ 15 billion for the same period and more recently, 26 Area Studies the American and Taiwanese press have mentioned a ﬁgure of over US$ 20 billion invested by 25 000 ﬁrms. The economic integration between Taiwan and China is so deep that it makes the hypothesis of an armed conﬂict very unrealistic and certainly rather ‘inconvenient’. The recent trip to China by Koo Chen-fu, the Taiwan’s chief negotiator with Beijing, which reopened the path to a diplomatic solution, should be interpreted in the light of the above.
After the Asian Crises: Perspectives on Global Politics and Economics by Maria Weber