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Asia 7: Analisis Sectorial y del Comercio Exterior en el Este Asiatico, 1988-2000

  • Carballas A.David
  • Exposito, Pilar

El objetivo del presente trabajo consiste en analizar algunos de los sectores mas relevantes en siete economias del este Asiatico durante el periodo 1988-2000, asi como la importancia que reviste el comercio exterior a la hora de impulsar el dinamismo de algunos de estos sectores. Se propone un modelo econometrico para constatar esta serie de relaciones. The objective of the present work consists of analyzing some of the most relevant sectors in seven east Asian economies during the period 1988-2000, as well as the importance that re-dresses the exterior commerce at the moment of stimulating the dynamism of some of these sectors. An econometric model is proposed to state this series of relations.

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Volume (Year): 3 (2003)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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