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La Chine : Prochain Leader Economique De L’Asie Orientale ?

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  • Catherine FIGUIERE

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    (LEPII, Université Pierre Mendès France de Grenoble)

  • Laëtitia GUILHOT

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    (LEPII, Université Pierre Mendès France de Grenoble)

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    Despite China’s growing importance in international economic relations, it cannot be considered yet as the economic leader of East Asia. Its dynamism should be relativized by its development level: China remains a country that lags behind its neighbour, Japan, whose role in this area is still considerable. If China has changed the regional division of work by becoming the export platform to third countries, a gravity model analysing the bilateral trade flows of East Asian countries highlights that China’s participation in it corresponds at best to its economic size.

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    Article provided by Region et Developpement, LEAD, Universite du Sud - Toulon Var in its journal Région et Développement.

    Volume (Year): 28 (2008)
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    Pages: 151-180

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    Keywords: CHINE; ASIE ORIENTALE; LEADERSHIP; MODÈLE DE GRAVITÉ;

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