Real Exchange Rates and China's Bilateral Exports towards Industrialized Countries
AbstractA bilateral export demand function is developed to study the effects on the Chinese bilateral exports of three real exchange rates, corresponding respectively to the price-competitiveness of Chinese products on the market of the considered import country (traditional effect), on China's other export markets (pricing-to-market effect), and to the price-competitiveness of Chinese competitors on the market of the considered import country (third-export-country effect). This function is then applied for Chinese real bilateral exports towards eleven industrialized countries over the period from 1991 to 2004. The econometric results confirm the effects of the three real exchange rates on the Chinese bilateral exports.
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bilateral exports; China; real exchange rates;
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