The Problems of China's Processing Trade Under Low-Carbon Economy and Relative Countermeasures

YOU Yi; SUN Xiangcong
November 2012
International Business & Management;11/30/2012, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p126
Academic Journal
Since various countries actively develop low-carbon economy, these countries will set low-carbon standards on the import products on the way to be low-carbon. From the low-carbon perspective, China's processing trade still has many problems. This paper will systematically explore and analyze the problems of China' processing trade under low-carbon economy and the response of China and put forward relative suggestions.


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