China’s growth

Stephen Kirch­n­er points to an excel­lent recent arti­cle in the FT on Chi­nese growth. He notes: bq. Huang also ques­tions the all-per­va­sive “Made in Chi­na” label. He sug­gests that “Processed in Chi­na” is a more accu­rate char­ac­ter­i­sa­tion, as well as hav­ing dif­fer­ent con­no­ta­tions (“institutional-economics”: In fact, the ASEAN sec­re­tari­at claims that 55 per­cent of Chi­na’s exports and more than 40 per­cent of its imports are ‘pro­cess­ing’ trade. More—including some notes on the impact of Chi­nese and Japan­ese post-war growth—in my recent paper for the nation­al con­fer­ence of the Plas­tics and Chem­i­cals Indus­try Asso­ci­a­tion “here(MS Word File: about 60k)”:

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