Economic growth of China and India has been accompanied by even more rapid growth in their trade - arguably the strongest and most direct channel through which China's, and more recently India's, growth are affecting other developing countries. China's and India's demands for natural resources have been driving new ties with resource-rich economies, while competition in third markets have put pressure on some producers in developed and developing countries. PRMED - in partnership with the Development Economics Vice-Presidency (DEC) - has been analyzing the trade-related implications of these economies' rise for other developing countries.
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Implications for the countries in the Middle East and North Africa:
Implications and Policy Options for Malaysia:
Global Simulation Tool for Analyzing the Effects of Growth and Policy Reform in the Presence of Production Sharing Arrangements
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- Ianchovichina, Suthiwart-Narueput and Zhao, 2004. Chapter two in Krumm and Kharas (eds), East Asia Integrates: A Trade Policy Agenda for Shared Growth
, World Bank and Oxford University Press.