A trading nation is a country where international trade makes up a large
percentage of its economy. Smaller nations (by population) tend to be more trade
-dependent than larger ones. In 2008, the mos...
One proxy for determining dependence on exports is looking at how much of the
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is from exports. A small percentage would ...
Jan 21, 2016 ... Countries exporting goods lost sales and their economies were hurt. ... Second,
there are mineral exporters and oil producers, who have ... that are least
dependent on international trade are the least affected by the downturn.
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As of 2008, the share of exports in GDP for developing countries .... dependency,
it has the lowest degree of export concentration. In other words, the portfolio of ...
Outlook for developing country economies highly dependent on agricultural trade
... Agricultural export growth in the African countries in this group is expected to
bounce to over ... LlFDCs with the lowest capacity to finance food imports (FDCs)²
... The increase in commodity exports can be expected, therefore, to have mixed ...
As a group, the Asian developing countries have out-performed the other ... A
comparison of the export performance of the least developed countries (LLDCs)
... dependence” is always bad for economic growth, concluding that “countries
By Li Cui - The country's economic fortunes are increasingly tied to those of the
global ... that it may have become less accurate in recent years (Cui and Syed,
2007). The domestic content of China's exports has increased and its products
Keywords: Chinese economy, economic growth, export dependence ... exports
have played a major role in China's growth, along with fixed investment. ....
countries do produce less detailed input-output tables, from which it is possible to
Sep 1, 2011 ... To measure this, we have created a “China export dependency index. ... but their
countries' economies are far less dependent on China than ...
developing country products has diminished, with the country absorbing less
than 20 percent of .... in exporting countries and GDP growth in importing