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Changes in China’s Tariff Policy: Opportunity for U.S. Exports?

Authors
  • Li Zhang (University of Missouri)
  • Marsha Dickson (Ohio State University)

Abstract

Exporting more textile and apparel products can help the U.S. balance its trade deficit with China (Jacobs, 1997) and may be possible due to the favorable attitudes of Chinese consumers toward U.S. apparel products (Roberts, Barnathan, & Clifford, 1997). Utilizing secondary data, this study argues that China's changing tariff policies can also enhance the possibility for the U.S. to export more apparel to the Chinese market.

How to Cite:

Zhang, L. & Dickson, M., (1998) “Changes in China’s Tariff Policy: Opportunity for U.S. Exports?”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 1999(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 1999
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