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This paper represents an attempt to test the relationship between the exports and productivity of Chinese firms using the data set of nearly 3 million industrial firms in 20 industrial sectors over the period 1998-2007. Our test finds that non-export firms were more productive than export firms and exports were negatively related to productivity -...
This study analyzes the trade flows of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) both among its member countries and with the rest of the world for the 1997-2002 and 2003-2007 periods. In this paper, the research question is whether the trade flows of the GCC countries with their partners have sustained and/or they have developed new relations over time,...
Purpose Although economic theory generally does not support government intervention in international trade, casual observation shows that many developing countries adopt certain trade policies to promote their exports. The objective of this paper is to answer the question that whether developing countries can benefit from export promotion. Design/...
Thanks to an opening of its economy and to foreign trade in the past twenty-five years, China has experienced rapid growth and development. Perhaps the smartest move for China was the use of commercial policy control such as licence and tariff to replace plan control first and the avoidance of removing mandatory plan control. The old policy measure...
This paper mainly analyses the impact of the development of the Chinese economy on Northeast Asian economic cooperation after its WTO accession, and also the impact of closer regional cooperation on the development of the Chinese economy. Trade and investment relations between China, Korea, and Japan in the past twenty years are explored to illustr...