China'S Integration Into the World Economy: Implications for Developing Countries
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KeywordsWP; China; WTO accession; developing country; export; trade; export competition; FDI diversion; developing countries; FDI inflow; investment regime; trade reform; processing industry; textile and clothing; comparative advantages vis-à-vis China; China's imports; China's growth; accession to the WTO; trading partners; Exports; Imports; Foreign direct investment; Tariffs; Trade barriers; South Asia; Southeast Asia; Global; East Africa; Middle East;
All these keywords.
NEP fieldsThis paper has been announced in the following NEP Reports:
- NEP-TRA-2004-04-18 (Transition Economics)
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