Impacts of the Doha development agenda on China : the role of labor markets and complementary education reforms / by Fan Zhai, Thomas Hertel Zhai, Fan

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Zhai, Fan
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Free trade - China.; Doha Development Agenda (2001-); China - Commercial policy.
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"The authors assess the implications of multilateral trade reforms for poverty in China. They do so by combining results from a global modeling exercise with a national CGE model that features disaggregated households in both the rural and urban sectors. They examine two trade reform scenarios: one involving global trade liberalization, and one involving possible Doha Development Agenda reforms. Using the World Bank's $2 a day poverty line, the authors find that multilateral trade reforms do in fact reduce poverty in China. The biggest reductions occur in the rural areas-largely as a result of higher prices for farm products. "--World Bank web site.
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