A Study on the Trade Competitiveness of Agricultural Products in Turkmenistan and China
Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2017, Pages: 27-31
Received: Mar. 1, 2017;
Published: Mar. 3, 2017
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Leyli Annameredova, Economics College, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
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China borders with Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan from northeast to southwest, and neighbors with Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. China has unique conditions of agricultural development, with a vast territory and special climate and natural resources. The five Central Asia countries, adjacent to China, are also production and consumption areas of bulk agricultural commodity. China and the five Central Asia countries have similarities in aspects such as geological conditions, climatic conditions, geographical cultural. They are complementary in agricultural resources and technical advantages, meanwhile, have competitions in agricultural commodity exports. Therefore, the study of agriculture international competitiveness between China and Central Asian countries, which researches the level of agricultural development, has important significance. This paper based on full understanding of Turkmenistans agricultural development and the current situation of agricultural trade between China and Turkmenistan. This paper focuses on the characteristics of agricultural trade cooperation between China and Turkmenistan and the competitiveness of Turkmenistan's agricultural products， analyzes the relationship between China and Turkmenistan，the advantages of agricultural cooperation and some problems in the process of cooperation. As a foreign student from Turkmenistan, I also hope to put forward some suitable suggestions for the future of agricultural trade cooperation between China and Turkey in order to better promote the mutual complementation of the Middle-earth market and economic common progress.
Turkmenistan and China, Trade in Agricultural, Competitiveness Calculation
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A Study on the Trade Competitiveness of Agricultural Products in Turkmenistan and China, Science Innovation.
Vol. 5, No. 1,
2017, pp. 27-31.