A Study on the Possible Causes of China’s Trade Deficits with South Korea after Their Establishment of Diplomatic Relations

Lili Pan

Abstract


The trend of globalization since the early 1990s has had a profound impact on trade relations between China and South Korea. It affected these two countries in positive ways, and brought Sino-Korean trade to its highest level since the establishment of diplomatic relations on August 24, 1992. Sino-Korean trade, as the scale of its growth and development accelerated, was also exposed to and encountered various problems. Among those problems, the most important and urgent problem to be solved was that in Sino-Korea trade, the deficit on the China side has continued to increase. This paper focuses on analyzing the causes of this problem.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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