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The Reasons for the Decline in Our Country's Exports and Proposals for Dealing with This Issue


  • Wang Yingxin


During the first quarter of this year [1999], our country's exports declined by 7.9 percent, placing us in a very difficult situation in respect to foreign trade. Recently, our academy's Research Center for Foreign Economic Relations and Trade and International Finance, in conjunction with the editorial board of the journal >i>Caimao jingji>/i> [Economics of Finance and Trade], held a symposium on "Expanding Exports and Increasing the Utility of Foreign Capital by Every Possible Means." Scholars and specialists who attended this conference offered analyses of the factors that may have contributed to the decline in our country's exports and made suggestions as to how we may deal with this issue. What follows is a summary of their findings and proposals.

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  • Wang Yingxin, 2000. "The Reasons for the Decline in Our Country's Exports and Proposals for Dealing with This Issue," Chinese Economy, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 33(2), pages 74-84, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:mes:chinec:v:33:y:2000:i:2:p:74-84

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