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The impact of Chinese economic structural changes on Korea's exports to China

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Title The impact of Chinese economic structural changes on Korea's exports to China
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Shin, Kotbee; Choi, Bo-Young

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Sejong, South Korea:Korea Institute for International Economic Policy

Date 2016-08
Series Title; No Working paper / 16-04
ISBN 978-89-322-4255-2; 978-89-322-4026-8
Pages 43
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Trade
Economy < Economic Administration
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This paper examines the structural changes of the Chinese economy and how they have affected Korea’s exports to China. Focusing on the evolution of China’s role in the global value chain, we estimate the impact of China’s external demand and domestic demand. We also shed light on the effect of compositional changes in China’s GDP on Korea’s exports to China. The results of the VAR analysis suggest that external demand had a significant impact on Korea’s exports to China prior to 2008, while Chinese domestic demand became more important afterwards. Moreover, Chinese investment is the most important factor in determining Korea’s exports to China, and Chinese private consumption has recently been gaining relevance.