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Trade structures and relations among China, Japan, and Korea

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  • Trade structures and relations among China, Japan, and Korea
  • Yoon, Young Man; Yeo, Taek-Dong
  • The Association of Korean Economic Studies


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Title Trade structures and relations among China, Japan, and Korea
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Author(English)

Yoon, Young Man; Yeo, Taek-Dong

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[Seoul]:The Association of Korean Economic Studies

Date 2007
Journal Title; Vol./Issue The Journal of the Korean Economy:vol. 8(no. 1)
Pages 25
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
Japan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Trade
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Abstract

This paper analyzes trade structures and relations among the three countries in Northeast Asia, China, Japan, and Korea to show that they are very trade dependent on each other with important interindustry and intra-industry trade. Some major features of trade among the countries (such as trade balances and trade in agricultural products) are investigated. China, Japan, and Korea in Northeast Asia have been very tradedependent on each other. Together they form a huge economic unit. In terms of the stages of economic development, Japan has the most advanced economy, and China has the least developed one. Korea, both in terms of geographical location and economic development, is the middle one. It is therefore important to study the features of trade among these economies to analyze the prospect of economic integration. It is first noted that the export structures are becoming similar. (The rest omitted)