China and the Manufacturing Exports of Other Developing Countries

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Gordon H. Hanson; Raymond Robertson;
(2008)
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In this paper, we examine the impact of China's growth on developing countries that specialize in manufacturing. Over 2000-2005, manufacturing accounted for 32% of China's GDP and 89% of its merchandise exports, making it more specialized in the sector than any other la... View more
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