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The Research of the Impact from China-ASEAN Financial Cooperation on the Development of Bilateral Trade

  • Xuanqi Ou
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 211)

Abstract

In this article we first introduce the development of financial cooperation between China and ASEAN. Then we apply the method of panel data analysis by utilizing STATA to find out which financial factors we select significantly influence the trade volume between China and ASEAN and the conclusions are FDI as well as international reserve. After the empirical analysis we further explain the economic meanings of the model and discuss the policies that may promote the bilateral trade volume in the future by controlling those significant financial factors effectively.

Keywords

ChiangMai Initiative International Reserve FDI 

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