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The Current Situation and Outlook of China's Textile Trade Development in the Context of the Belt and Road

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DOI: 10.23977/accaf.2022.030107 | Downloads: 55 | Views: 982

Author(s)

Haoran Liu 1

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1 School of International Education, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China

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Haoran Liu

ABSTRACT

Based on the current situation of textile production and trade between China and the countries along the "Belt and Road", this paper analyzes the competitiveness of textile trade between China and the countries along the "Belt and Road" by using the three indicators of social network analysis, namely, transferability, accessibility and centrality. The competitiveness of textile trade between China and the countries along the "Belt and Road" is analyzed, and the pattern of this trade network is analyzed in depth from an overall perspective. Textiles, as one of the most typical trade products, has been rising rapidly in recent years. However, with the policy of trade barriers put forward by various countries, it has a great impact on the commodity trade between China and the "Belt and Road" countries. Therefore, it is extremely important to study the current situation of textile trade between China and "One Belt and One Road", which is important to promote the development of China's textile trade and explore the international market.

KEYWORDS

"One Belt, One Road", Textiles, Complex network model, Competitiveness

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Haoran Liu, The Current Situation and Outlook of China's Textile Trade Development in the Context of the Belt and Road. Accounting, Auditing and Finance (2022) Vol. 3: 36-50. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/accaf.2022.030107.

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