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Research Trade Effect of China’s FDI in Mauritania

Author AiLiBaBi·MuHanMoDe·MoKeTaEr
Tutor LiuJunZuo
School Liaoning University
Course International Trade
Keywords Foreign Direct Investment China Mauritania Export Effect Granger causality test
CLC F752.7;F224
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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In Deng Xiaoping's reform and opening up great ideas, and especially in the period of world economic development imbalances, China's economic growth rate is much higher than other developing countries. Almost half the world's number of countries believe that China has the ability to continue to maintain this momentum of rapid growth. According to statistics, in the past 20 years, the People's Republic of average annual 8-9 percent economic growth rate of world economic growth and the development of the situation played an important role. As we all know, since 1950 China has begun to support Africa's development to help solve some of the problems in Africa. Mauritania is the first batch of China in support of its voting members of the United States to become one (at 25 October 1971 the 26th session of the United Nations). Chinese people do not forget those who support her African countries, the Chinese government vigorously assist those African countries, particularly in the transport trade goods seaport and airport construction, to become their partners, at the same time, China also into Africa funds, assistance and encouragement their business investments. In the \Chinese investment in Africa is multifaceted sources, the main areas of investment and the target market is more concentrated, and there is a better return on investment, but still there are some problems. This article focuses on China's direct investment in Mauritania and trade effects and impacts determinants focuses on the Chinese enterprises to Mauritania's industrial investment conditions and investment strategies should be selected. Paper is divided into three parts: the first part is an overview of China's foreign direct investment in the past and present, as well as a brief review of theoretical studies on China and other countries in Africa, the historical development of direct investment, and the current economic situation in a comprehensive analysis, while foreign direct investment under the relevant theoretical research, in theory, put forward China's direct investment in Africa, the necessity and feasibility. The second part of Mauritania's economic development situation in-depth analysis reveals Mauritanian government policy on the basis of resources and status. The third part, with a Granger test shows that China's direct investment to Mauritania Mauritania effect on China's exports. China to Mauritania and other African countries is important for the two countries' direct investment in economic growth and development has been greatly improved, and the friendship between the African countries and has played a key role.

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