On December 11th 2001, China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO). China and the Long March to Global Trade examines the prolonged negotiations leading up to this historic event. This edited collection assumes little prior knowledge of the Chinese accession process yet provides an in-depth examination of the related issues. It is therefore suitable for both those who require an introduction to the field and those with an existing interest in China and the World Trade Organization.I. ECONOMIC DATA (a) most recently available import and export statistics by value and volume, by supplier country at the HS 8-digit level (b) current account data on services, by source and ... (4-digit) at the beginning of the review mechanism (e) the value of export duties/taxes by product (f) the volume of trade subject to tariff exemptions by ... under the Value-Added Tax (VAT), with separate information for imports and domestic products as well as information on VAT rebates 2 Thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||China and the Long March to Global Trade|
|Author||:||Alan S Alexandroff, Research Director Program on Conflict Management and Negotiation Alan S Alexandroff, Sylvia Ostry, Rafael Gomez|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2003-08-29|