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Using export data from the People's Republic of China, the paper demonstrates that vertical specialization allows firms to more easily circumvent antidumping measures by relocating their manufacturing to another country.
Facilitating the movement of goods and people through transport and trade corridors in Central Asia provides the region's countries with tools to build solid and sustainable economic growth..
The 12th Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Ministerial Conference was held on 23-24 October 2013 in Astana, Kazakhstan.
This edition of the Pacific Economic Monitor updates 2013 and 2014 GDP growth and inflation projections for ADB's Pacific developing member countries. The theme of the policy brief included in this issue is the economics of climate change in the Pacific.
Developing Asia is set to benefit as further signs emerge of growth momentum in the advanced economies. The region is poised to meet the 2013 and 2014 growth forecasts in Asian Development Outlook 2013 Update, though the subregional contributions to growth have changed.
Is the vision of an ASEAN Economic Community achievable by 2015? What are the obstacles along the way, and what is needed to accomplish this goal?
This book takes an in-depth look at the barriers to service sector development in Asia and the prospects for the service sector to be an engine of growth.
This report highlights the link between private sector participation in trade capacity building and the ability of firms to plug into value chains.
This report documents the degree of diversification and sophistication of Kazakhstan’s economy during the past 15 years and summarizes the experiences of different economies in modernizing industrial policy tools.
This paper finds evidence that United States antidumping actions against imports from the People's Republic of China fail to protect US domestic industries but harm US consumers via higher import prices.