By Zhang Yunling
Agriculture is on the center of approximately all Asian economies and this very important ebook examines the influence and implications of the China-ASEAN FTA Early Harvest application. topics tackled contain nearby exchange among China and ASEAN countries, plus observation from each one ASEAN member kingdom.
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4% of China’s total agricultural imported from ASEAN. Figure 1-14 Changes in China’s agricultural import structure from ASEAN Source: China Customs. China’s agricultural trade deficit towards ASEAN is mainly from animal or vegetable fats, oils etc. & waxes (HS 15). 26 billion) in 2005. 29 Source: China Customs. In terms of NTB index, China’s general competitiveness in agricultural products is inferior to that of ASEAN. 21 in 2005, which indicates that China’s general competitiveness in agricultural products towards ASEAN presents a trend of slow down since 2001.
2. The Analysis on Trade Structure (1) Export Structure Currently edible vegetables & certain roots & tubers (HS07), edible fruit & nuts; citrus fruit or melon peel (HS08), and edible preparations of meat, fish, crustaceans etc. (HS16) are the top three categories of agricultural products that China exports to ASEAN. 72 points compared with that of 2001. 24 Source: Data collected from China Customs. 65 points compared with that of 2001. 97% in 2005 respectively. (2) Import Structure The agricultural products that China imports from ASEAN are quite concentrated.
6 million respectively in 2005, accumulatively taking up about 88% of China’s total agricultural import from ASEAN. Figure 1-12 The share of China’s agricultural import from ten ASEAN countries in China’s total agricultural import from ASEAN Source: China Customs. During 2001–2005, China has kept deficit on agricultural trade with ASEAN except the surplus of 2002. 8 times of the deficit in 2001. Before 2003, the deficit source nations were mainly Malaysia and Thailand, however, since then, Indonesia also becomes a major deficit source.