On the complexities of China's WTO accession
In 1996 China shared with Hong Kong the rank of fifth among the world's sixth largest trading economies, after the EU, the US, Japan, and Canada (or eleventh if EU members are listed separately). Taiwan's trade is almost as large as China's, so together with Hong Kong (which returned to China in July 1997 and much of whose trade is re-exports of goods from or to China), these three Chinese economies' exports are larger than Japan's. It is therefore somewhat of a misnomer to speak of the...[Show more]
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