European Trade with China

European Trade with China

written by Saradhi Kumar Gonela, fl. 2004 (Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh: IBS Center for Management Research, 2004, originally published 2004), 11 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
In 1975, when Europe re-established diplomatic relations with China, the bilateral trade was just $2.4 billion. By 2002, the bilateral trade had grown to $142 billion, making China the second largest trading partner of the European Union (EU) after the US. However, the trade deficit of Europe with China, which was a mere 0.1 billion euros in 1980 had surged to a colossus 47.3 billion euros by 2002.
Field of Interest
Business & Economics
Saradhi Kumar Gonela, fl. 2004
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2004 by IBS Center for Management Research
Content Type
Case study
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IBS Center for Management Research
Place Published / Released
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Business & Economics, Social Sciences, International Business, Tariffs, Economics, International trade, Wholesale Trade, Negócios Internacionais, Negocios Internacionales, World Trade Organization, European Union, China, Overview of International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment Flows, Chinese, Europeans
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Negócios Internacionais, Negocios Internacionales

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