European and Chinese trade competition in third markets- the case of Latin America
Thibault Marbach and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Alicia Garcia Herrero ()
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China’s increasingly important role in the global economy has transformed the nature of global competition and reshaped international trade. Meanwhile, the European Union has long been the most important power in global trade and continues to run a very large trade surplus. We address whether China is an increasingly relevant competitor for Europe in third markets, and in particular in Latin America. More specifically, we empirically estimate the elasticity of...
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