Research on the Cause of China Long-term Trade Surplus and Policy Proposal

Qiping REN, Hongrong YAN


The thesis firstly outlines three stages of trade surplus in China. Then it analyzes the characteristics of trade surplus in current situation. Thirdly we find out that long-term trade surplus arises from statistical caliber used in trade statistics and also the economic conditions of China itself. Lastly, suggestions are given to deal with trade surplus and to promote the sustained, rapid and healthy development of China’s foreign trade.


Trade surplus; Processing trade; Trade structure; Countermeasures

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