JSSM  Vol.8 No.2 , April 2015
Research on the Complementarity and Comparative Advantages of Agricultural Product Trade between China and CEE Countries
—Taking Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Lithuania and Bulgaria as Examples
Author(s) Chunyan Yu1,2, Chunjie Qi1*
ABSTRACT
There is huge potential in agricultural product trade between China and CEE countries. Taken Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Lithuania and Bulgaria as examples, this paper uses RCA, TCI and GL indexes to analyze the complementarity and comparative advantages between China and others. Results show that agricultural product trade between China and CEE countries has the characteristics like highly complementarity, great potential for products having comparative advantages and obvious intra-industry trade tendency. China and CEE countries should further bring out their comparative advantages, and adjust product structure of exports, achieving mutual benefit and win-win result of bilateral trade.

Cite this paper
Yu, C. and Qi, C. (2015) Research on the Complementarity and Comparative Advantages of Agricultural Product Trade between China and CEE Countries
—Taking Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Lithuania and Bulgaria as Examples. Journal of Service Science and Management, 8, 201-208. doi: 10.4236/jssm.2015.82022.
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