Studies on the Status of Participating of China in East Asia Regional Production Network

Xinxuan CHENG, Ying WANG

Abstract


With the development of the East Asia production network, the trade volume inside the region of China rose year by year, which was displayed by importing the parts and components in quantity from the region and exporting to USA, EU and other countries outside the region with the manufactured goods upon processing. This paper analyzes the degree of participating East Asia regional production network of China and the characteristics of the industry of China. This paper finally proposes the measures that China should improve the utilization rate of the free trade area in the East Asia regional production network, coordinate and unify, simplify the preferential rules of origin, and adopt the incentive measures to attract the medium-sized and small enterprises to join the regional production network.


Keywords


Preferential rules of origin; East Asia regional production network; Intra-industry trade index

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References


Baldwin, R. E. (2008). Managing the noodle bowl: The fragility of East Asian regionalism. Singapore Economic Review, 53(3). 449-478.

Connecting to compete--Trade logistics in the global economy. (2012). World Bank Report, (p.6).




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4046

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