International Trade Regulations in China Term Paper by Nicky

International Trade Regulations in China
A look at international trade regulation in China.
# 148574 | 1,900 words | 7 sources | APA | 2011 | US
Published on Oct 27, 2011 in Economics (International) , International Relations (General)

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This paper documents and analyzes recent changes to China's international trade regulations. The paper begins by describing the Chinese economy, particularly in regards to globalization. It also presents a brief background of China's history and its impact on the economy. Additionally, statistics are cited that further describe the contemporary fiscal realities and policies in China. Finally, the paper considers China as a partner in global trade, and how this has changed in the 21st century.


Brief Description of China
China's International Trade Policies and their Impact on Global Parties

From the Paper:

"After the European Union and the United States of America, China is the third largest economy of the globe with a gross domestic product for 2008 of $7,800 billion. Historically, China has been a global leader in terms of arts and science and has set the trend for numerous developments. The nineteenth and twentieth centuries however saw the demise of China due to internal civil distress or gradual occupations by foreigner invaders. After the Second World War, the eastern Asian country came under the ruling of communist Mao Zedung, who imposed an autocratic style of leadership. The state's international position and economic prosperity were positively influenced, but the civil issues remained intense as the population's liberty and rights were often disregarded."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Goodman, D.S.G., Segal, G., 1994, China Deconstructs: Politics, Trade and Regionalism, Routledge, ISBN 0415118344
  • Keidel, A., Cassidy, R., Ferguson, R., Tuchman Mathews, J., 2007, China's Trade Policy, Carnegie Endowment, last accessed on May 11, 2009
  • Wang, J., 2007, The Evolution of China's International Trade Policy: Development Through Protection and Liberalization, Economic Development through World Trade, pp.191-213
  • Workman, D., 2009, Swine Flu Infects Pork Trade Policies in China, WTO Suite 101, last accessed on May 11, 2009
  • 2009, China: Policy, United States Department of Agriculture, last accessed on May 11, 2009

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APA Format

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