Trade and Capital Flow among Asian Economies: Issues and Developments in Business and Management'

1st Edition

Chris Rowley

Routledge
November 30, 2018 Forthcoming
Reference - 139 Pages
ISBN 9781138993730 - CAT# Y210552

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Summary

Trade and capital are important in the Asia region. Trade in the APEC region has been increasing, but the large rise in China’s exports has also been disturbing as it exhibits export substitution. The first two papers conclude that every economy has gained in trade, though some are more successful than others. And that rise in export has a lot to do with a rise in foreign direct investments. Macroeconomic stability is the pre-condition to growth. Empirical studies show that the lack of stability has encouraged capital to flee an economy. Similarly, a market-oriented, price-driven and matured financial market provides an alternative source of funding. The lesson in economic development is that success in economic growth requires both an externally friendly market environment as well as consistent and favourable internal policies.

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