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China, East Asia and the global economy

Takeshi Hamashita

China, East Asia and the global economy

regional and historical perspectives

by Takeshi Hamashita

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • China -- Commerce -- History,
  • China -- Economic conditions,
  • East Asia -- Commerce -- History,
  • East Asia -- Economic conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Takeshi Hamashita ; edited by Linda Grove and Mark Selden.
    ContributionsGrove, Linda, 1944-, Selden, Mark.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF3834 .H35 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23675230M
    ISBN 109780415464581, 9780415464598, 9780203895566
    LC Control Number2007049226

    Trade Patterns and Global Value Chains in East Asia This publication is the result of a cooperative effort between the WTO and IDE-JETRO. The writing of the book and the preparation of the various statistical inputs has involved staff from both organizations. Many people provided assistance during its preparation.   In the meantime, China is on a drip-feed of stimulus in a move to stay ahead of the after-effects of an invisible enemy that has ravished the global economy. Asia Times Financial is now live. Linking accurate news, insightful analysis and local knowledge with the ATF China Bond 50 Index, the world's first benchmark cross sector Chinese Bond.

      China’s huge debts, rapidly ageing population and the crowding out of foreign competition from its domestic market is pulling global attention toward other Asian sub-regions, such as South Asia. Get this from a library! East Asia and the global economy: Japan's ascent, with implications for China's future. [Stephen G Bunker; Paul S Ciccantell] -- "After World War II, Japan reinvented itself as a shipbuilding powerhouse and began its rapid ascent in the global economy. Its expansion strategy integrated raw material procurement, the redesign of.

      China’s manufacturing sector has become heavily dependent on imports from the economies of East Asia in order to feed its factories and its export-producing machine pointed at Author: Jeffrey A. Bader.   The only way to do that would be to torpedo the entire global economy and find a way to try to break the global supply chains so that the economy would become less globalized and individual countries would be looking elsewhere rather than to China for their goods, to get infrastructure through such projects as Belt and Road and so on.


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China, East Asia and the Global Economy book. Regional and Historical Perspectives. By Takeshi Hamashita. Book Description. This book discusses the necessity for cooperation between China and Japan to provide international public goods to Asia. It provides insight into how China and Japan can redesign the process of economic integration and security architecture to ensure peace and prosperity in Asia, and how China and Japan can cooperate to correct the capital misallocation and channel savings.

For much of East Asia's history, China was the largest and most advanced economy in the region and globally as a whole. Historically from the 1st until the 19th century, China was one of the leading global economic powers for most of the two millennia.

The history of trade in East Asia was largely shaped by the history of trade within Ancient : $ trillion (Nominal; ), $ trillion. introduction It is a great pleasure to be here with you today to discuss the role of Asia in the post-crisis global economy—that is, to the extent that the global economy is truly “post-crisis.” My focus will be on my home country—China is obviously the biggest story out of Asia in terms of economic growth in recent decades, and theFile Size: KB.

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