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Author Center, Shanghai WTO Affairs Consultation

Title 2011 China's Trade Performance Report : World Economy Restructuring and China's Trade
Published Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (232 pages)
Contents Introduction; Contents; 1. China's Trade Environment in 2010: A Steady Recovery of the World Economy Along with Controlled Trade Protectionism; 1.1. Stabilizing recovery of world economy and international trade in 2010; 1.1.1. The global economic and trade recovery is stabilizing, but stabilization on the whole is uneven; 1.1.2. Debt crisis and greater difficulties for major economies in coordinating policies have become the two biggest uncertainties confronting the world economy; The storm of sovereign debt crisis continues to brew Increasing difficulty in coordinating policies between major economies1.2. Controlled trade protectionism is becoming a trend; 1.2.1. The number of trade restrictive measures implemented by major economies is increasing though at a slower pace; 1.2.2. There has been a decrease in trade remedy measures implemented by major economies; 1.2.3. The number of other trade restrictive measures has been on the decline as a whole; 1.3. Controlled trade protectionism and China; 1.3.1. Frequent trade frictions continue to threaten the industries where China has a competitive edge
1.3.2. China's major trading partners continue to adjust their foreign trade and economic policies with a slight drop in protectionism1.3.2.1. Policies as a whole are tilted towards controlled trade protectionism; Developing countries continue to adjust their trade policies frequently while developed countries are attaching greater importance to export; Trade restrictive measures related to the environment and product quality continue to be the priority of policy adjustments in 2010
1.3.3. Some of the WTO dispute settlement cases in 2010 involving China have had a comparatively greater impact on China's foreign trade1.3.3.1. The rejection of "double remedy" helps to keep trade protectionism at bay; The "Export Restrictions" case might have a huge impact on China's export administration policies; End Notes; 2. China's Trade Policy in 2010: Stability as a Priority; 2.1. China's trade policy adjustment during the global financial crisis and its impact on trade; 2.1.1. China's trade policy adjustment before the global financial crisis and its impact on trade
2.1.2. Turnaround in China's trade policy as a result of slacking world market demands following the global financial crisis2.2. Trade policy options focusing on stabilization in 2010 and unexpected foreign trade growth; 2.2.1. Stability as a priority in China's trade policy in 2010; The appreciation of the Chinese currency under external pressure; Export tax rebates partly removed but still limited in scope; Modest adjustment of tariff rates and expanded coverage of preferential rates
Summary Since its accession to the WTO, China had been enjoying a rapid growth in foreign trade, which has become the major driving force behind its surging economic development. However, the outbreak of the financial crisis at the end of 2008 left China with a fragile international market. Although there has been a gradual improvement in the international trading environment since 2010 following a steady recovery of the world economy, multiple challenges for the global economy still lie ahead with controlled trade protectionism becoming a trend. This book is the latest publication from the Shanghai W
Notes No significant adjustment in processing trade policy and more attention to industrial relocation
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Subject Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009.
China -- Commerce.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1938368088 (electronic bk.)
9781938368080 (electronic bk.)