Made in China: Why China Dominates Global Supply Chains
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China has made itself indispensable to global supply chains. And its advantages aren’t going away.
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Global Value Chains in East Asia
Lamy suggests \”trade in valueadded\” as a better measurement of world trade
DirectorGeneral Pascal Lamy, in launching the WTO and IDEJETRO joint publication \”Trade Patterns and Global Value Chains in East Asia\” on 6 June 2011 at the WTO, said that \”by focusing on gross values of exports and imports, traditional trade statistics give us a distorted picture of trade imbalances between countries\”. \”The picture would be different if we took account of how much domestic valueadded is embedded in these flows,\” he said. He explained that global manufacturing has brought a new dimension to the relationship between trade, investments, industrial production and development. \”Far from being a zero sum game, trade in tasks proved to be a winwin game for the Asian region,\” he said. He invited the public to pursue the dialogue virtually, through the WTO \”Made in the World\” website.
Link to the news item: http://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news11_e/miwi_06jun11_e.htm
More on the \”Made in the World\” initiative: http://www.wto.org/english/res_e/statis_e/miwi_e/miwi_e.htm
Global Value Chain- an opportunity for ASEAN
Sees how the Global Value Chain affects the ASEAN market, and why we need to prepare our for the digital disruption
Made in the world: Better understanding global trade flows
Where was your smartphone made? Though the product may have been finished in China, it may include graphic design from the US, programming from France and precious metals from Latin America. Different inputs of different values from different places around the world make up such products and are changing international trade flows as businesses disperse production and supply chains across several countries.
This analysis by the OECD and World Trade Organisation breaks with conventional measurements of world trade flows by looking at imports and exports from this valueadded perspective and how it influences international trade policy and commercial relations between countries
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Understanding Global Value Chains
CanadExport’s Michael Mancini interviews Dr. George Yip\r
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