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By Yanqing Jiang

Trade and overseas direct funding (FDI) play a very important function in shaping China’s improvement suggestions. the improvement of China’s economic climate creates robust pressures for non-stop restructuring. China as a result explores how alternate and FDI impact China’s improvement options concerning the approach and trend of restructuring. The publication goals to supply the reader with findings that shed new mild at the comparable concerns and difficulties. the 1st bankruptcy introduces the themes, and next chapters input into theoretical dialogue and empirical research of exchange, FDI, and improvement suggestions, by way of a concluding ultimate chapter.

    • based on a rigorous theoretical framework
    • applies a number of statistical and econometric methods
    • uses wealthy and entire information

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At that time, China had only minimal trade with the rest of the world, importing goods such as strategic minerals and other necessities not available from domestic production, and paying for these goods by exporting surplus raw materials and simple manufactured goods. The central-planning system and import substitution policy encouraged the growth of domestic 48 Potential effects of foreign trade on development industries pre the nation’s opening up, and thus fostered economic growth by establishing a number of important national industries.

1) of Tsui, 2007), and is then broken down into measures of within-region and between-region inequality. 10. China’s zones comprise the eastern zone (eastern provinces), central zone (central provinces), and western zone (western provinces). ; and Feyrer, J. (2002) A Contribution to the Empirics of Total Factor Productivity (Dartmouth College Working Paper No. 02-09), Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College. D. (1996) ‘Accounting for China’s growth performance,’ American Economic Review, 86(2), 224–8. ; and Zhu, Xiaodong (2010) Accounting for China’s Growth (Working Papers tecipa-394), Toronto, Canada: Department of Economics, University of Toronto.

In the fourth section ‘A preliminary empirical analysis’, we look at regional openness to foreign trade and regional economic growth across China’s provinces. China’s foreign trade: a summary of policy and performance In this section we draw on previous research, such as Sun and Heshmati (2010), to summarize the evolution of China’s foreign trade policy and foreign trade performance. As is well known, before 1978 China had a centrally planned economic system and an inward-oriented policy, which rendered foreign trade subordinate to the national economy.

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