An empirical study of International Trade Promoting Economic Growth: A case of Chinese Industry Panel Data

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Project Title: An empirical study of International Trade Promoting Economic Growth: A case of Chinese Industry Panel Data
Author: Mr. Feilin Luo
Advisor: Assistant Professor Ching-Fang Chi
Degree: Master of Business Administration
Major: International Master of Business Administration
Faculty: Graduate Schools
Academic year: 2017

Citation

Feilin, Luo. (2017). An empirical study of International Trade Promoting Economic Growth: A case of Chinese Industry Panel Data. (Independent study, Master of Business Administration). Bangkok: Siam University.


Abstract

With the acceleration of international trade theory and the rapid development of world markets, the world’s economic and trade ties have been strengthened constantly, so that the interdependence of all countries and regions of the world is differentAs a result of the deepening, the opportunities for countries and their domestic enterprises to enter the world market are also increasing. In order to gain international competitive advantage and market interest in the world market, countries and regions continue to increase their international trade strength, so countries or regional economies will strengthen their international trade as the inevitable choice, and such a choice has laid a solid foundation for the growth of each participant’s economy The foundation, some countries have also achieved world – wide economic performance. This paper first reviews the development of international trade, elaborates on the development process of international trade and uses descriptive statistical method to carry out the empirical study of 29 industries in China, and makes a detailed analysis on whether trade has promoted the economic development of the economy The author also hopes that some of the views of the article will play a of bicycle sharing and proposes a solution. Finally, the paper presents a general description of the future development trend of shared bike. This paper analyzes the current situation and problems of shared bikes in the whole system

 

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An empirical study of International Trade Promoting Economic Growth: A case of Chinese Industry Panel Data

International Master in Business Administration (IMBA), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand

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