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Granting Market Economy Status to China in the EU: An Economic Impact Assessment
In this Policy Brief, Cecilia Bellora and Sébastien Jean assess the possible economic impacts for the European Union of granting market economy status (MES) to China in antidumping investigations. Changing China’s status would boost its exports to the EU by 3.9% to 5.3% in volume (€13bn to €18bn). Factoring in the removal of the present chilling effect, the impact might reach 7.4% to 21% in volume (€25bn to €72bn). >>>
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Trade policy and industrial policy in China: What motivates public authorities to apply restrictions on exports?
China Economic Review
Stéphanie Monjon, Julien Gourdon, Sandra Poncet

Towards greater diversification in central bank reserves
Journal of Asset Management
Valérie Mignon, Marie Brière, Kim Oosterlinck, Ariane Szafarz

Interdependencies between Atlantic and Pacific agreements: Evidence from agri-food sectors
Economic Modelling
Anne-Célia Disdier, Charlotte EmlingerJean Fouré


Profils Pays / Country Profiles
Interactive Data on Trade and Protection
June 30, 2016
AVEs-Services
New CEPII database on Estimated Tariff Equivalents of Services NTMs

Update: August 19, 2016
Comptes Harmonisés sur les Echanges et L’Economie Mondiale (CHELEM)
Harmonized data on trade, BOP and GDP. Update of BOP and GDP 2016/07/19


Trade globalisation in the last two centuries
voxeu.org
Michel Fouquin