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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 September 2023

Henry Gao
Affiliation:
Singapore Management University
Damian Raess
Affiliation:
University of Bern
Ka Zeng
Affiliation:
University of Arkansas
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China and the WTO
A Twenty-Year Assessment
, pp. x - xi
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2023
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  1. 1.1Tariff rates of China 2001–2020

  2. 1.2Notifications of subsidy policies by China to the WTO (October 2001–2021)

  3. 1.3Number of trade remedy investigations involving China, 1995–2020

  4. 1.4China’s notifications to the WTO 2001–2021

  5. 3.1Summary of donor pool

  6. 3.2Model specification for constructing synthetic China A

  7. 3.3Model specification for constructing synthetic China B

  8. 6.1Top 10 markets for China agricultural exports, various years

  9. 6.2Top 15 agricultural import suppliers to China, 2020

  10. 6.3The composition of China’s agricultural imports, 2000 and 2020 (USD million)

  11. 6.4Selected China indicators

  12. 6.5Average China tariff rates for various agricultural product groups, 2020

  13. 6.6Tariff rate quotas on agricultural products and their utilization, 2019–2020

  14. 6.7Number of questions involving China in the Committee on Agriculture

  15. 6.8Number of questions involving China in the SPS Committee

  16. 6.9Disputes brought by China before the WTO Dispute Settlement Body involving agricultural and food products

  17. 6.10Disputes brought against China before the WTO Dispute Settlement Body involving agricultural and food products

  18. 7.1WTO disputes, wherein the WTO compatibility of Chinese export restrictions was questioned

  19. 9.1Overview of China’s joint submissions in the Trade Negotiation Committee’s sub-groups (2001–2019)

  20. 11.1Completed WTO disputes involving China as a respondent 2001–2021

  21. 13.1Globalization losers and support for North-North vs. North-South PTAs

  22. 13.2The conditional effect of compensatory welfare policies on support for North-North vs. North-South PTAs

  23. 13.3The conditional effect of social investment policies on support for North-North vs. North-South PTAs

  24. 13.4Individuals’ partisan preferences and support for North-North vs. North-South PTAs

  25. 14.1Overview of the experiment for U.S.–Chinese trade policy

  26. 14.2aCovariates for U.S. responses

  27. 14.2bCovariates for Australian responses

  28. 14.2cCovariates for German responses

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  • Book: China and the WTO
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