All articles on export tax rebate

The Failure of China's Export Tax Rebate Policy
The consequence of full refund is to aggravate economic imbalances. Low export taxes attract resources to flow into the export sector, resulting in insufficient domestic supply and high domestic prices. Domestic imbalances will lead to further external imbalances.
September 22nd,2009
Xmas Season Orders Don't Bode Well for Chinese Exporters
The upcoming Canton Trade Fair over the second half of October will be, as always, an important platform for export enterprises, but analysts see no reason to believe the situation will improve.
October 3rd,2009
China Needs a Service-Sector Revolution
It will have to move away from a strategy in which manufactures are the engine of growth toward the model of a more mature economy, in which employment is increasingly concentrated in the service sector.
appreciation;wage increase;service-sector June 20th,2010
China Needs a Service-Sector Revolution
It will have to move away from a strategy in which manufactures are the engine of growth toward the model of a more mature economy, in which employment is increasingly concentrated in the service sector.
appreciation;wage increase;service-sector June 20th,2010
China Needs a Service-Sector Revolution
It will have to move away from a strategy in which manufactures are the engine of growth toward the model of a more mature economy, in which employment is increasingly concentrated in the service sector.
appreciation;wage increase;service-sector June 20th,2010
Serious Rebalancing: China's Wage Hikes, RMB Appreciation, and Export Tax Rebate Cut
This time, changes in wages, exchange rates, and taxes show that the Chinese economy is undergoing a true transformation, which will also help China adjust both internal and external imbalances.
wage hikes;RMB appreciation;export tax rebate June 26th,2010