China's and India's Challenge to Latin America: Opportunity or Threat?
Javier Cravino (),
Robert C. Feenstra,
Gordon Hanson (),
Hiau Looi Kee (),
Daniel Saslavsky and
No 357 in IDB Publications (Books) from Inter-American Development Bank
The economic successes of China and India are viewed with admiration but also with concern because of the effects that the growth of these Asian economies may have on the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region. The evidence in 'China's and India's Challenge to Latin America' indicates that certain manufacturing and service industries in some countries have been negatively affected by Chinese and Indian competition in third markets and that LAC imports from China and India have been associated with modest unemployment and adjustment costs in manufacturing industries. The book also provides substantial evidence of positive aggregate effects for LAC economies associated with China's and India's greater presence in world exports, financial flows, and innovation. Chinese and Indian growth is creating new production possibilities for LAC economies, particularly in sectors that rely on natural resources and scientific knowledge. This publication belongs to the Latin American Development Forum Series (LADF), sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank, the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, and the World Bank.
Keywords: Latin American Development Forum; LADF; export specialization; trade synchronization; foreign direct investment; industrial competition; elasticity; Foreign economic relations (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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