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Impact of China's accession to WTO and the financial crisis on China's exports to Germany


  • Zhichao Guo

    () (China Agricultural University, University of Paderborn)

  • Yuanhua Feng

    () (University of Paderborn)

  • Xiangyong Tan

    () (China Agricultural Universtity, Beijing Technology and Business University)


Impact of China's accession to WTO and the financial crisis on China's exports to Germany

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  • Zhichao Guo & Yuanhua Feng & Xiangyong Tan, 2011. "Impact of China's accession to WTO and the financial crisis on China's exports to Germany," Working Papers CIE 36, Paderborn University, CIE Center for International Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:pdn:ciepap:36

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