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China's Integration Into The World Economy
That China's economy is now deeply integrated into the wider global economy and that inward FDI flows and trade growth have been mechanisms for this integration over the last 15 years is hardly news. The growth of exports, imports, and GDP increasingly reflect FDI inflows. China's deep integration into the global economy must therefore be judged not only by trade growth, but also by capital flows. In the paper we discuss three issues related to FDI, and primarily FDI inflows. The first is theirdoi:10.1142/9789814304795_0001 fatcat:wbdhkqv5v5dezequ5pnhagr4ti