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empirical data, indicates that there is a chance that the so far insignificant Chinese-originated foreign direct investment inflow may turn to a positive trend and criticises the 5 New Perspectives for Europe–China Relations Baltic Journal of European Studies Tallinn University of Technology (ISSN 2228-0588), Vol. 7, No. 1 (22) weakness of current legal framework on protecting Chinese investments in Slovakia. Colleagues from Latvia, Professor Dr. Inna Šteinbuka, head of the EC Representation in Latvia and Member of Latvian Academy of Sciences, Professor Dr. Tatyana

following four evaluation criteria: (i) trade relations, (ii) foreign direct investments (FDI) and loans, (iii) remittances, and (iv) influence in the energy industry. The author concludes that Russia has a great weight in almost every field of Armenian economy and, as a result, will determine the economic path of Armenia in the foreseeable future. Russian influence in Georgia has diminished considerably but increased to a high extent in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. However, Russia still has important investments in Georgia’s energy sphere. The start of Russia

discusses the relationship of stability and legitimacy in China. Here Gorrie refers, for the first time, to China’s political and economic model (later called the Beijing Model) as the model of state capitalism devised by the CCP, and argues that the hopes of the CCP to use it to lead the country to stability and legitimacy are highly debatable. Chapter 3 of the book indicates that while the so-called Open Door Policy, which was launched in 1979, brought a considerable number of foreign investments to China and encouraged production, it also forced the Chinese

. 1407–1427. https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2016.1166177 Medve-Bálint, G. & Bohle, D. (2016), More Integrated but Also More Divided: Intended and Unintended Consequences of Foreign Direct Investment and the Cohesion Policy in Eastern Europe , MAXCAP Working Paper, no. 34 (September). Meliciani, V. (2015), Regional Disparities in the Enlarged European Union: Geography, Innovation and Structural Change , Abingdon: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315815138 Mendez, C. (2013), ‘The post-2013 reform of EU cohesion policy and the place-based narrative