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By Song Hong, Evan Villarrubia

Because the starting of reform in 1978, the chinese language import has improved quick within the wake of the swiftly starting to be item exchange. In 1978, the whole worth of chinese language import and export exchange used to be USD $20.64 billion, as much as $1.76069 trillion in 2006, an 84.3-fold raise. Imports by myself over that interval rose from USD $10.89 billion to $791.61 billion, a 71.69-fold elevate. starting in 2003, China has been the world's 3rd biggest importer for 4 consecutive years. Judging from the import progress traits lately, it really is most likely that China will quickly be moment to just the U.S. in imports. This e-book discusses the complete influence of imports on China's financial system and the results for China's buying and selling companions and the realm. the consequences and composition of China's imports are tested intimately and the longer term tendencies of imports are explored. Import rules is usually tested and the danger of imports on China's financial system is mentioned. China's alternate is imperative to the worldwide financial system, and this ebook presents a priceless chinese language viewpoint in this subject. (Series: overseas funding in China)

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We must establish strategic resource reserves as contingencies. The most important of these is the establishment of the import risk warning system. e. unusually fast growth of the quantity of imports, which may adversely affect related domestic industries; or unusual changes to the supply chain which may cause sudden breaks or shortages to import supply; or a great increase in the proportion of imports of goods potentially hazardous to the environment or security, etc. The crux of import regulation in this new era lies in establishing a risk warning system to identify trends and signs that may indicate import risks, providing timely data necessary for decision making to macro-policy makers, and providing forward-looking direction to domestic industries.

13 Unlike the general economic predicate of promoting domestic economic growth through foreign trade, the principle of self-reliance also connotes protection of domestic industries. Thus it is difficult for Chinese foreign trade strategies to be differentiated using standards like the “export-oriented trade strategy” or the “import substitution trade strategy”. As the Chinese government is already promoting exports, especially exports of products in which China possesses a comparative advantage, it is also promoting import substitution.

The middle” refers to labor-intensive and capital-intensive industries. “Equilibrium” refers to fundamental trade equilibrium in the long term. The specifics of this strategy are: implement diversified regulation and strengthened, centralized management of energy-and resource-based industries and safeguard the import stability and security of Chinese energy and resource imports; seek balance between liberalization and protection of high-tech industries and avoid de-incentivizing or limiting the development of high-tech industries by either over-liberalization or over-protection; relax import restrictions on labor-intensive and capital-intensive products and bring about free trade in these two kinds of products; allow free trade to spur competition and increase efficiency once we have made full use of China’s comparative advantages; promote imports of raw materials and parts that serve domestic markets; while using processing trade—aimed at international markets—to promote less usage of imported materials and parts and increased usage of domestic materials and parts, use domestic manufacturing activities—aimed at China domestic markets—that make use of imported materials and parts in order to bring about importation of materials and parts that serves the domestic economy, thus balancing the trade surplus in processing trade and accomplishing the goal of overall trade equilibrium.

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