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  • Nicolas R. Blancher
  • Thomas Rumbaugh
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    China''s increasing integration with the global economy has contributed to sustained growth in international trade. Its exports have become more diversified, and greater penetration of industrial country markets has been accompanied by a surge in China''s imports from all regions-especially Asia, where China plays an increasingly central role in regional specialization. Tariff reforms have been implemented in China since the 1980s; and, with its recent WTO accession, China has committed itself to additional reforms that are farreaching and challenging. Sustained implementation of these commitments would further deepen China''s international integration and generate benefits for most partner countries.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Working Papers with number 04/36.

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    Length: 25
    Date of creation: 01 Mar 2004
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfwpa:04/36

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    Keywords: World Trade Organization; export growth; world trade; international trade; clothing exports; tariff reductions; export markets; export subsidies; world exports; export performance; export shares; trading partners; export market; intellectual property rights; intellectual property; vertical specialization; trade reforms; trade liberalization; tariff rate; developing country exports; trade in services; bilateral trade; tariff barriers; domestic prices; trading system; regional trade; global trading; import quotas; trade deficit; trade surplus; trade classification; partner countries; pattern of trade; export diversification; world economy; export base; global trade; total exports; non-tariff barriers; global export; export controls; agricultural export subsidies; share of exports; export growth rate; trade patterns; export market share; average tariff rate; export expansion; export prospects; exporters; investor confidence; global trade analysis; average tariff; trade-related investment; safeguard actions; trade regime; import penetration; trade relations; global export base; world export market; export growth rates; trade-related investment measures; agricultural subsidies; economic integration; nontariff barriers; dispute settlement; import barriers; domestic price; re-export; most-favored-nation; dispute settlement procedures; labor-intensive exports; round agreement; agricultural export; competitive pressure; trade pattern; increased exports; tariff changes; diversification of exports; domestic reforms; expanding trade; competitive position; trade partners; trading partner; annual export growth; multinational companies; transition period; trade volumes; intensive exports; tariff reforms; political economy; increasing specialization; re-exports; international integration; increasing integration; increased trade; exporters of capital; increasing trade; trade arrangements; industry trade; intermediate products; trade flow; world export market share; footwear exports; domestic consumption; agricultural commodities; customs authorities; import tariff; domestic production; national treatment; export values; terms of trade; multilateral context; imported goods; export market shares; adjustment process; price liberalization; import tariffs; domestic firms;

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    8. Jenkins, Rhys, 2008. "China?s Global Growth and Latin American Exports," Working Paper Series RP2008/104, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER).
    9. Françoise Nicolas, 2008. "The political economy of regional integration in East Asia," Economic Change and Restructuring, Springer, vol. 41(4), pages 345-367, December.
    10. Valerie Cerra & Sandra A. Rivera & Sweta C. Saxena, 2005. "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: What Are the Consequences of China’s WTO Entry for India’s Trade?," International Trade 0508005, EconWPA.
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