The Impact of China on the Emerging World: New Growth Patterns in Chinese Import-Export Activities
Keywords: Import-Export Growth Pattern, China, developing economies, technological capabilities, industrial competitiveness
AbstractWithin the intellectual context of “developing economies”, we examine the growth patterns of China’s import-export performance from 2000 to 2010. We observed that there is a remarkable growth in recent trade with Russia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, ASEAN-5, Argentina, Brazil and Chile for high-medium tech products. These economies appeared to be the successful few that have gained manufacturing experiences and acquired technological capabilities to be able to exploit the opportunities in China’s market. Japan and Thailand are at vulnerable position. The so called remainder, such as South Africa which has been witnessing low industrial diversiﬁcation, failed thereafter to export to China’s market.
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