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Effects of Chinese Economic Stimulus Package on Economic Growth in the Post-Crisis China

Table 1

Export change rate of sectors in policy scenario compared to baseline.

SectorsExport change rate (%)
 2009 2015

Electric equipment and machinery, electronic and telecommunication equipment −18.8 −8.2
Other services −14.9 −8.6
Textile industry −18.8 −8.8
General and special-purpose machinery manufacturing −13.8 −7.7
Manufacture of clothes, leather, fur, feather and its products −16.2 −9.8
Transport, storage, and postal telecommunication service −14.7 −7.3
Smelting and pressing of ferrous metals −14.0 −8.1
Metal products −15.2 −8.2
Raw chemical materials and products −15.3 −8.1
Transportation equipment −13.5 −8.3
Instruments meters cultural and office machinery −25.1 −8.0
Rubber products plastic products −15.8 −8.2
Timber processing, bamboo, cane, palm, straw products, and furniture −15.5 −8.0
Printing, recording media reproduction, stationery, education and sports goods −15.7 −9.0
Manufacture of foods and beverage −14.0 −10.8

Note: the above 15 sectors account for 91.5% of total export in 2007, and size down according to the share of export.

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