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Changing export patterns in Japan and Korea(1995-2009)

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  • Kim, Yongrok
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Title Changing export patterns in Japan and Korea(1995-2009)
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Kim, Yongrok

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[Kumamoto Gakuen], [Japan] : Kumamoto Gakuen University

Date 2011-03
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Economics, Kumamoto Gakuen University:vol.17(no.1.2)
Pages 15
Subject Country Japan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Other Language
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Subject Economy < Trade
Holding Kumamoto Gakuen University
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Abstract

China's economy has been growing rapidly and it brings a great opportunities for the world economy. China's economic change influences Japan and Korea's foreign trade. In 2009, the share of China's exports to the world was 10.8%, and China has become the top export country in world. Japan and Korea have increased the volume of export to China year by year. And China is the greatest trade partner country of Japan and Korea. The structurer of trade has been changed by various factors. This paper is intended as an investigation of the structural changes of Japan and Korea’s international trade, from 1995 to 2009. The most striking change is the increased concentration of exports to China. In addition, the increase rate of exports to China is higher than the increase rate of the whole world during the analysis period. This paper confirmed that Japan and Korea’s trade structures are similar to China.