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The Pearl River Delta is a typical representative of China's coastal economic belt and one of the most active regions for international trade. It has important reference value for the urbanization of other coastal economic regions in China to study the impact of international trade on the urbanization of the Pearl River Delta. This paper constructs the theoretical model of the three factors of export trade, import trade and industrial scale affecting the urbanization of the Pearl River Delta. It is empirically found that the international trade has positive effects on the total effect of urbanization in which export trade and import intermediate product trade have a positive effect on urbanization, and import trade and export intermediate product trade have a negative effect on urbanization.

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