publication . Preprint . 2011

Impacts of the Japan-Mexico EPA on Bilateral Trade

ANDO Mitsuyo; URATA Shujiro;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Mar 2011
Abstract
This paper examines the impacts of the Japan-Mexico EPA on bilateral trade by using two different types of information, trade statistics and the EPA utilization rate. Using trade data, we found that Japan's exports of built-up cars, auto parts, base metals, electrical machinery, precision machinery, and ballpoint pens to Mexico increased sharply. We also found that Japan's imports of live animals and products, leather, and footwear with leather from Mexico increased significantly. These are some of the products that are protected by the respective governments. Using the results of a questionnaire survey of Japanese firms on their utilization of the Japan-Mexico ...
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