pattern of intra-ASEAN trade in the priority goods sectors

REPSF Project no. 03/006e
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Regional Economic Policy Support Facility, ASEAN-Australia Development Cooperation Program, ASEAN Secretariat, International Projects Division, Melbourne University Private, Ltd. , Jakarta, Indonesia, Hawthorn, Australia
Statementauthor, Myrna S. Austria.
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2005/01444 (H)
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Paginationxxii, 141-362 p. ;
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The Pattern of Intra-ASEAN Trade in the Priority Goods Sectors REPSF Project 03/e: Final Main Report vii Table (Cont’d) Products with Moderately Strong and Strong Integration, by Sector.

Pattern of Intra-ASEAN Trade and Investment in the Priority Goods Sectors Trade. The share of the ASEAN in the world export market of the priority sectors ranged from an average of less than 1 percent per year for automotive to 18 percent per year for ICT for the period Given the role of the ASEAN in the global production.

The Pattern of Intra-ASEAN Trade in the Priority Goods Sectors REPSF Project 03/e: Appendices to Chapter 6 iii Intra-industry Trade Index for Agro-based, ASEAN, & HS Leguminous vegetables, dried shelled Intra-industry Trade Index for Agro-based, ASEAN, & adopted by Myrna S.

Austria,The Patterns of Intra-ASEAN Trade in the Priority Goods Sectors, report prepared for the ASEAN Secretariat under. The large expansion of trade in the form of Intra-Industry Trade (IIT) in ASEAN is driving large volumes and variety of traded goods and is changing patterns of trade across members.

to distinguish trends in the ASEAN countries’ and commodities’ total trade patterns. In chapter 5 the specialization of intra-industry trade is analyzed in intra-ASEAN trade as well as in comparison to ASEAN trade with the World.

Chapter 6 ends the thesis with some concluding remarks on. pattern and impact of intra-ASEAN regional trade. Therefore, the level and impact of intra-industry trade on ASEAN’s economy are very interesting to consider the support that whether ultimate target of single market via enhancing intra-industry trade is mutual beneficial to members.

Important and Measurement of Intra-industry Trade. These selected sectors accounted for more than 50% of intra-ASEAN trade in In value terms, the priority sectors contributed US$ billion and US$ billion of intra-ASEAN exports and imports, respectively, in Attached to each protocol is a roadmap to serve as the basis for economic integration of each of the priority sectors.

Intra-ASEAN trade as a share of total ASEAN trade, –09. Broadband penetration: Subscribers remained highest in Singapore between and. Priority Sectors (hereinafter referred to as the "Framework Agreement") is to identify measures to be implemented, with clear timelines, in a mutually beneficial manner, by Member States in respect of the priority sectors identified in paragraph 1 of Article 2 of this Framework Agreement so as to enable the.

Using finely disaggregated data at six-digit harmonized code classification level, this paper examines the patterns and determinants of horizontal and vertical intra-industry trade in the automobile and electrical appliances sectors during the past few decades among the six major Southeast Asian countries.

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The development of trade and investment is one clear area of success for ASEAN and the upcoming ASEAN Economic Community – AEC.

With important reductions in barriers to trade and soaring trade numbers within ASEAN and with the rest of the world, the Association of South-East Asian Nations does have some solid results to bring forward as one of the benefits of the AEC.

Underlying these concerns is a view about the pattern of trade that is likely to evolve following the liberalisation of intra-ASEAN trade. Implicit is the view that the expected growth in intra-ASEAN trade is likely to be more of a competitive nature rather than a complimentary one, or, in other words, that inter-industry or net trade is likely.

Table Commodity Structure of Intra-ASEAN Trade in ICT Equipment Table Geographical Structure of Intra-ASEAN Trade in the Automotive Sector Table Commodity Structure of Intra-ASEAN Trade in Automobiles and Related. To examine the possible determinants of intra-industry trade in Asia we estimate the following model: I I T = β 0 + β 1 D G D P + β 2 D C G D P + β 3 E D U + β 4 R & D + β 5 F D I + β 6 M A N U + β 7 O P E N + β 8 D I S T + β 9 A F T A + β 10 S A P T A + β 11 E C O T A + ε The dependent variable is the trade-weighted IIT index for On the right hand sight of the equation, the.

the intra-ASEAN trade. (3) Which countries are more dependent upon the intra-ASEAN trade. (4) How far have the geographic patterns of regional trade dependence changed. (5) How intense is the intra-ASEAN trade.

The remainder of this paper consists of nine sections.

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Section II describes the literature review on trade creation and trade diversion. movements, reduces trade costs and smoothens trade across countries. In recognition of its importance, ASEAN has identified logistics as one of its priority integration sectors in the Blueprint.

It also developed a Connectivity Masterplan and a Strategic Transport Plan in and respectively which cover different dimensions of. This section presents the changing patterns of intra-ASEAN trade for the – periods.

Fig. 1 shows the shares of intra-ASEAN exports and imports in overall ASEAN trade (intra-ASEAN export and import shares, hereafter) from to From tothese shares exhibited similar patterns, as they increased from to and.

Free trade arrangements can help. Given the structure of vertical intra-industry trade in Asia, with final goods targeted at the developed economies (outside the region), market access to third countries, especially in Europe and North America, appears to be crucial for further trade expansion, and hence for industrial development.

KUALA LUMPUR: Intra-Asean trade is expected to grow to 30% of total trade by as the region now has all the ingredients as a great trading hub, says Malaysia External Trade Development Corp (Matrade) chief executive officer Datuk Dzulkifli said trade among Asean, which currently hovered around 24%, was expected to increase to 30% of their total trade bydriven by Asean.

ASEAN Key Figures iii FOREWORD The ASEAN Key Figures is the inaugural issue of a new publication by the Statistics Division (ASEANstats) of the ASEAN Secretariat.

The publication provides readers with selected statistical indicators on ASEAN Member States. At USD billion, intra-ASEAN trade constituted % of ASEAN total trade, followed by China (%), EU (%) and US (%). According to ASEAN trade statistics obtained by various sources, most ASEAN nations experienced double digit growth in the first half of 2 India ASEAN Trade and Investment Relations: Opportunities and Challenges ASEAN is a fast expanding trade bloc in Asia with a growing economic a combined population of more than million, ASEAN’s aggregate economic size surpasses US$ trillion (Table:1).

ASEAN economies have generally remained buoyant thanks in part to the bloc’s. trade. With India steadily liberalising trade and investment rules in many sectors, unilaterally or under regional trade agreements (RTAs) such as the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agree-ment (CECA), recent trends in the country’s export and import structure do point towards an increase in two-way trade1 in some sectors.

intra-ASEAN trade. However, ASEAN countries may not as a whole benefit from the formation of AFTA as the trade deflection might occur in the regional market. Keywords: Free trade area, Trade creation, Trade diversion, Trade deflection, Trade-enhancing, Preferential trade arrangement 1.

Introduction. The pattern of inter-and intra industry trade within the EU. While trade between countries is can be imports and exports, depending on if the goods are coming into country, or leaving the country; movement of goods within European Union is referred to as arrivals and dispatches.

Trade in Horizontally Differentiated Goods. Trade in Vertically Differentiated Goods. Although the theory and measurement of intra-industry trade initially focused on trade in goods, especially industrial products, it has also been observed that there is substantial intra-industry trade in the international trade.

30 years (Figure 3). If looked at by region, it appears that the development of intra-ASEAN FDI into Indonesia has continued to strengthen, while intra-ASEAN Indonesia trade has decreased in the last three years.

Indeed, FDI growth after tended to be higher in comparison to the growth in trade. Source: UNCTAD Figure 2. ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) units, national statistics offices, customs departments/agencies, or central banks) Symbols used Notes Data in italics are the latest updated/revised figures Details may not add up to totals due to rounding off errors.

from previous posting. /p preliminary data Total imports Intra-ASEAN trade Extra-ASEAN trade. understand trade policy. This book sheds light on the nature of this interdependency, and the contribution of trade to national economies.

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It illustrates the conjunction of technical, institutional and political changes that led to the emergence of production and trade networks in East Asia, including their impact on trade patterns.

ASEAN was preceded by an organisation formed on 31 July called the Association of Southeast Asia (ASA), a group consisting of Thailand, the Philippines, and the Federation of itself was created on 8 Augustwhen the foreign ministers of five countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, signed the ASEAN Declaration.The discussion on intra-industry trade is mainly based on the works of Leontief (), Verdoorn (), Balassa () and Grubel and Lloyd (), among others.

The intra-industry trade (IIT) is defined as one that occurs "if a country simultaneously imports and exports similar goods and services" (Van Marrewijk, ).The U.S.

goods trade deficit with ASEAN was $ billion ina % increase ($ billion) over The United States had a service trade surplus of $ billion with ASEAN countries in (latest data available), up % ($ billion) fromand up 90% from