Intermediaries in Entrepot Trade: Hong Kong Re-Exports of Chinese Goods

@article{Hanson2001IntermediariesIE,
  title={Intermediaries in Entrepot Trade: Hong Kong Re-Exports of Chinese Goods},
  author={G. Hanson and R. Feenstra},
  journal={Wiley-Blackwell: Journal of Economics & Management Strategy},
  year={2001}
}
  • G. Hanson, R. Feenstra
  • Published 2001
  • Business
  • Wiley-Blackwell: Journal of Economics & Management Strategy
In this paper, we examine Hong Kong's role in intermediating trade between China and the rest of the world. Hong Kong distributes a large fraction of China's exports. Net of customs, insurance, and freight charges, re-exports of Chinese goods are much more expensive when they leave Hong Kong than when they enter. Hong Kong markups on re-exports of Chinese goods are higher for differentiated products, products with higher variance in export prices, products sent to China for further processing… Expand
302 Citations
Impact of exchange rate volatility on commodity trade between US and Hong Kong
  • 5
Trade Intermediation, Financial Frictions, and the Gains from Trade
  • 4
  • Highly Influenced
  • PDF
An Anatomy of Intermediaries in China’s Export Market
  • 4
  • Highly Influenced
Tax Evasion Through Trade Intermediation: Evidence from Chinese Exporters
  • 11
  • PDF
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 45 REFERENCES
Transport, processing and information: value added and the circuitous movement of goods
  • 15
  • Highly Influential
The China- Hong Kong connection
  • 44
The Hong Kong Advantage
  • 158
Ethnic Chinese Networks in International Trade
  • 1,420
  • PDF
The Us-China Bilateral Trade Balance: its Size and Determinants
  • 79
  • PDF
Market Microstructure and Intermediation
  • 404
Discrepancies in International Data: An Application to China-Hong Kong Entrepot Trade
  • 110
...
1
2
3
4
5
...