author={Françoise Lemoine and Sandra Poncet and Deniz Ünal and Clément Cassé},
title={L’usine du monde au ralenti ou le changement de régime du commerce extérieur chinois},
type={Working Papers},
abstract={Since the global crisis, China's foreign trade is no longer driven by its involvement in the global supply chains (i.e. by processing trade) but its dynamics stems from China’s own domestic demand and supply.   For foreign funded enterprises, China is less and less a production base for export and more and more a domestic market to be captured, as shown by their growing involvement in ordinary trade.  The demand for high-end consumer goods has benefited European exporters, especially to Germany.},
keywords={China ; Growth model ; FDI ; Foreign trade ; Domestic market}