Who will Meet China's Import Demand for Forest Products? | Academic Article individual record
abstract

Via computable general equilibrium modeling we find that as a result of economic growth, Yuan appreciation, and logging restrictions in China, China's imports and exports of forest products would dramatically increase, and China's imports would have displacement effects as timber-exporting countries would increase their exports to China while reducing their shipments to other countries. Such displacement effects would make pressure on forests in supplying countries less than they otherwise might be. Global economic growth is a dominant driving force for China's imports. Russia, Southeast Asia, and Africa would remain major foreign suppliers of logs to China, while supply sources for Chinese imported lumber and paper products would be relatively diverse. © 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

authors
author list (cited authors)
Zhang, J., & gan, J.
publication date
2007
published in
keywords
  • Forest Conservation
  • General Equilibrium
  • Economic Growth
  • Asia
  • Trade
  • China
altmetric score

3.0

citation count

24