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000268476 245__ $$aRecent Trends in Chinese Merchandise Imports (2000-2015): Taking the Puzzle Apart
000268476 260__ $$c2017-12-31
000268476 269__ $$a2017-12-31-2017-12-31-2017-12-31
000268476 336__ $$aJournal Article
000268476 520__ $$aThis article aims to assess recent developments in the Chinese merchandise import sector through retrospective analysis of the main imported products during the 2000-2015 period. The grouping of these trends helps to shed light on the different aspects of the country’s gradual shift towards stimulating private consumption. The findings suggest a focus on a narrower range of machinery products, emphasis on imports of vehicles and aircraft, along with the pursuit of cheaper and more environmentally friendly energy resources. The enhancement of private consumption is further manifest by significant upward trends in the food and beverage import sector.
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000268476 546__ $$aEnglish
000268476 6531_ $$aChina
000268476 6531_ $$aimport demands
000268476 6531_ $$amerchandise trade
000268476 6531_ $$aretrospective analysis
000268476 700__ $$aKarkanis, D.
000268476 773__ $$jVolume 18$$kNumber 2$$o125$$q102$$tEstey Journal of International Law and Trade Policy
000268476 8560_ $$fwilliam.kerr@usask.ca
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