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China's and India's Challenge to Latin America

Opportunity or Threat?

Daniel Lederman (Redaktør) ; Guillermo E. Perry (Redaktør)

The economic successes of China and India are viewed with admiration but also with concern because of the effects that the growth of these Asian economies may have on the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region. Les mer
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The economic successes of China and India are viewed with admiration but also with concern because of the effects that the growth of these Asian economies may have on the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region. The evidence in ""China's and India's Challenge to Latin America"" indicates that certain manufacturing and service industries in some countries have been negatively affected by Chinese and Indian competition in third markets and that LAC imports from China and India have been associated with modest unemployment and adjustment costs in manufacturing industries. The book also provides substantial evidence of positive aggregate effects for LAC economies associated with China's and India's greater presence in world exports, financial flows, and innovation. Chinese and Indian growth is creating new production possibilities for LAC economies, particularly in sectors that rely on natural resources and scientific knowledge.

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Forewordxxi




Augusto de la Torre

Acknowledgmentsxxv
Abbreviationsxxvii
PART I: INTRODUCTION




1 LATIN AMERICA'S RESPONSE TO CHINA AND INDIA: OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH FINDINGS AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS

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Daniel Lederman, Marcelo Olarreaga, and Guillermo E. Perry

PART II: THE GROWTH OF CHINA AND INDIA IS NOT A ZERO-SUM GAME FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: SHORT- AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS




2 TRADE, SPECIALIZATION, AND CYCLE SYNCHRONIZATION: EXPLAINING OUTPUT COMOVEMENT BETWEEN LATIN AMERICA, CHINA, AND INDIA

39




César Calderón





3 THE GROWTH OF CHINA AND INDIA IN WORLD TRADE: OPPORTUNITY OR THREAT FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN?

101




Daniel Lederman, Marcelo Olarreaga, and Isidro Soloaga





4 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN LATIN AMERICA DURING THE EMERGENCE OF CHINA AND INDIA: STYLIZED FACTS

121




Javier Cravino, Daniel Lederman, and Marcelo Olarreaga

PART III: THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF CHINESE AND INDIAN COMPETITION IN SOME INDUSTRIES AND SOME REGIONS




5 CHINA AND THE RECENT EVOLUTION OF LATIN AMERICA'S MANUFACTURING EXPORTS

145




Gordon H. Hanson and Raymond Robertson





6 THE EFFECT OF CHINA'S EXPORTS ON LATIN AMERICAN TRADE WITH THE WORLD

179




Caroline Freund and Çaglar Özden





7 EFFECTS ON SERVICES TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES

217




Caroline Freund





8 TRADE LIBERALIZATION AND EXPORT VARIETY: A COMPARISON OF MEXICO AND CHINA

245




Robert C. Feenstra and Hiau Looi Kee





9 THE IMPACT OF TRADE WITH CHINA AND INDIA ON ARGENTINA'S MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT

265




Lucio Castro, Marcelo Olarreaga, and Daniel Saslavsky





10 FACTOR ADJUSTMENT AND IMPORTS FROM CHINA AND INDIA: EVIDENCE FROM URUGUAYAN MANUFACTURING

291




Carlos Casacuberta and Néstor Gandelman

Index315