Effect on the Transfer of Implicit Carbon Emissions in the Sino-US Goods Trade Competitiveness
Journal: Advanced Management Science (AMS)
Author: Jianna Zhao, Chunchen Wang
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As the two largest trading nations in the world, Sino-US bilateral trade in goods is increasing. While, China and the US is in different stages of development and influenced by technology and international environment the structure of production and trade structure has a huge difference. The Chinese exports is providing impetus for the development of the world economy, at the same time China has paid a tremendous resource and environmental costs, especially suffered tremendous pressure in terms of carbon emissions. In this context, the research on the transfer of implicit carbon emissions in the Sino-US goods trade can define their respective responsibilities and obligations, also can help China to establish a good international image. In this paper, through the analysis of the transfer of implicit carbon emissions in the Sino-US goods trade competitiveness, make clear the relationship between the goods trade competitiveness and environmental responsibility, which provides a basis for the two countries to bear the responsibility.