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Title: China's integration to the world economy and impact on economic links with Hong Kong
Authors: LI JUN
Keywords: Economic Reforms, Liberalization, Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, Economic Integration, Regional Cooperation
Issue Date: 28-Oct-2004
Citation: LI JUN (2004-10-28). China's integration to the world economy and impact on economic links with Hong Kong. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The principle interests of the thesis focus on Chinaa??s economic integration into the world mainly reflected in both expansion of foreign trade and absorption of foreign investment. The reforms, development, characteristics, problems and prospects of Chinaa??s external trade and foreign direct investment are analyzed. Hong Kong economic activity with the Mainland within these two fields in the process of Chinaa??s economic liberalization is another important aspect to be explored. The empirical study on China a?? Hong Kong economic link in trade is made by analysis of outward processing trade, intra-industry trade and the indices of intensity of trade between them. The main finding is that Hong Kong is in the on-going process of economic integration with the mainland of China. The thesis also examines the economic linkup of Hong Kong a?? Guangdong and their future in the framework of Chinese continued economic liberalization.
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