An Aggregate Import Demand Function for Hong Kong, China: New Evidence from the Bounds Test
- Imports rise 21 per cent. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Jun95, p11
Reports on the 21.2% rise in Japanese imports of manufactured goods in 1994.
- The door to big business is becoming easier to open. Henwood, Belinda // Asian Business Review;Jun96, p42
Reports on the growth of imports in Japan. Figures from the Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry; Implications for foreign companies which plans to move to Japan; Effect of the recession on the sentiment of consumers.
- Commodity classification of merchandise imports: Price... // Bank of Canada Review;Autumn96, pS100
Presents statistical information on Canada's commodity classification of merchandise imports from 1985-1996.
- The effect of imports on U.S. manufacturing wages. Brauer, David A. // Quarterly Review (01476580);Spring91, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p14
Examines whether the increased penetration of imports has been a major factor behind the sluggish growth of manufacturing wages in the United States. An overview of the data; Possible theoretical connections between an industry's exposure to competition from imports and the wages earned by its...
- Iron curtain replaced by sticky tape. // Transportation & Distribution;Jan98, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p12
Reports on the barriers to importers according to a custom report for Central and Eastern Europe. Who conducted the report; Methodology used.
- New rule of Russian Central Bank requires importers who make pre-payments to deposit them into Russian accounts until customs clearance. // International Law Update;Jun99, Vol. 5, p74
Reports that on March 22, 1999, the Russian Central Bank issued Central Bank Letter No. 519 that changes buying procedures for Russian importers. How the procedure requires all Russian entities that import goods from overseas on a pre-payment basis to deposit the Russian Ruble equivalent in a...
- Semiflexibility vs. flexibility: U.S. import and exports by commodity group. Kohli, Ulrich // International Review of Economics & Finance;1998, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the composition of United States (U.S.) imports and exports by commodity group. Comparison of flexible counterparts and semiflexible counterparts; Information on the two-stage budgeting approach to the determination of imports; How export aggregation technology can be described;...
- The Australian market--how to benefit from the opportunities. Robbie, Colin // International Trade Forum;Oct-Dec91, Issue 4, p16
Focuses on import prospects in Australia. Import channels; Need for exporters to be familiar with the basic import requirements; Overseas buying agents; Buying periods; Order volumes.
- Selling to China: Which import channels. von Kirchbach, Friedrich // International Trade Forum;1996, Issue 1, p12
Reports on the growth of companies which are importing goods into China. Number of traders; Degree of concentration of import trade in individual enterprises; Regional pattern; Types of importers; Channels for imported goods.