Impact of WTO Membership , Regional Economic Integration and Structural Change on China ’ s Trade and Growth

  title={Impact of WTO Membership , Regional Economic Integration and Structural Change on China ’ s Trade and Growth},
  author={Tran Van Hoa},
  • Tran Van Hoa
  • Published 2006
The growing economic and political importance of China in the global economy in recent years has been discussed by academic and business economists, trade and investment experts, transnational corporate planners, government advisers and politicians alike worldwide (World Bank, 2005). While the discussions have been useful for global knowledge enhancement, regional and national strategic purposes, they have often been regarded as ‘hypothetical or with fuzzy outcomes’ due to their lack of… CONTINUE READING

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