Chart Focus: A better metric for Chinese exports

22 02 2011

As many of the exports around the world are made in China, many imported goods to China eventually reassembled, combined, or modified with domestic content. A better metric created by McKinsey research to measure the total exports subtracting importing goods that would be reexported– called Domestic Value-Added Exports (DVAE).
The chart showing that DVAE analysis in percentage of GDP. It is decreasing over years, which indicates that China is shining away from purely assembly manufacturing, and more domestic market is contributing to the GDP than export market.

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