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Author Yedla, Sudhakar,
Title The India-Korea CEPA : an analysis of industrial competitiveness and environmental and resource implications / Sudhakar Yedla and Choongjae Cho.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, [2019]

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Author Yedla, Sudhakar,
Series Springer briefs in economics.
SpringerBriefs in economics.
Subject India -- Foreign economic relations -- Korea (South)
Korea (South) -- Foreign economic relations -- India.
Alt Name Cho, Ch'ung-je,
Description 1 online resource.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, January 3, 2019).
Print version record.
Summary This book assesses the changes that the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) could produce by boosting the competitiveness of firms in India and Korea. It evaluates the CEPA in terms of its effects on the environment and natural resources of the importing and exporting countries alike. Further, it employs the revealed comparative advantage (RCA) and relative trade advantage (RTA) methods of analysis to gauge the influence of the CEPA on industrial competitiveness in both host and receiving countries. While the CEPA would increase trade between India and Korea in their respective strong domains, the book argues that, given the nature of the exported and imported goods and products, India would be more susceptible to serious environmental impacts than would Korea. The book subsequently presents these impacts in a qualitative framework and stresses the need for a comprehensive valuation of not only environmental impacts, but also the losses due to tariff cuts and the gains due to increased trade between the two countries.
Contents Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Authors; Abstract; Introduction; Pattern ofTrade Between India andtheKorean Republic; Export andImport Pattern forIndia andKorea During 2009-2013; Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA)-Basic Constructs andKey Features; Impacts ofCEPA onTrade Between India andKorea; Effect onIndustrial Competitiveness inIndia andKorea byRevealed Comparative Advantage (RCA) Method ofAnalysis; Effect onIndustrial Competitiveness inIndia andKorea byRelative Trade Advantage (RTA) Method ofAnalysis
Qualitative Analysis ofCEPA's Impact ontheEnvironment andNatural Resources Base inIndia andKoreaEnvironmental andNatural Resources Implication ofBilateral Trade Agreements; References
ISBN 9789811329289 (electronic bk.)
9811329281 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1080520689
Additional Format Print version: YEDLA, SUDHAKAR. INDIA - KOREA CEPA. [Place of publication not identified] : SPRINGER, 2018 9811329273 (OCoLC)1052877544.

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