Destinations and Uses of East Asian Merchandise Exports
Over recent decades, Australiaâ€™s trade has become increasingly oriented toward east Asia (excluding Japan). Rapid growth in economies from this region is often attributed to their export-oriented policies, with the volume of east Asian exports having increased six-fold over the past 20 years. Using information on the destinations and uses of east Asian exports, this article examines the characteristics of both intra-regional trade and exports to economies outside the region.
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Volume (Year): (2011)Handle:
Issue (Month): (June)
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Related researchKeywords: East Asia
; intermediate goods
; processing trade
; intra-regional trade
; extra-regional trade
; export dependence
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