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    Title: 東亞九國主要產業在美、歐市場競爭力分析
    Other Titles: An analysis on competitiveness of East Asian export
    Authors: 陳怡玲;Chen, Yi-ling
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際貿易學系國際企業學碩士班
    吳秀玲;Wu, Hsiu-ling
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 01:30:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 出口是東亞經濟發展最大的推升動力,但由於東亞地區生產的貨品相似,為保持相對出口優勢,往往採取低匯率的政策利於出口,因此本研究所要探討的問題是:究竟東亞各國所擔心的匯率升值將導致東亞九國出口競爭力下滑的憂慮是事實呢?還是國外需求的成長或其他因素才是決定實質出口成長的更重要關鍵?
    In East Asian countries export plays a vital role in developing their economy. The products made by the firms in the 9 countries of East Asia including Taiwan, China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Korea, Philippine, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, however, are very similar;The government officers of the 9 countries of East Asia usually make a policy of devaluating their currency in order to stimulating their export. What this study investigates is to recognize the foreign exchange rate that is inflating or devaluating as an important factor of affecting competence power of the 9 countries of East Asia, or growth of demand from foreign countries as the key factor.
    The purpose of this paper is to study which one is the main factor of affecting the competence power of East Asia countries by foreign exchange rate, revealed comparative advantage, internal industrial trade and product variety, furthermore, what is the dominant factor of affecting the competence power of the 9 countries of East Asia.
    This study analyzes the competence situation that the 6 industries (plastic, woven apparel, iron/steel products, machinery, electrical machinery, vehicles) of the 9 East Asian countries operate in United States and European Union.
    According to the empirical evidence of this paper, foreign exchange rate is not the key factor of competing in the 6 industries of the 9 East Asian countries. An imported country’s demand for a certain industry, domestic supply ability, revealed comparative advantage, and product variety are more important than foreign exchange rate in competing in U.S. and European market.
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