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Can Clean Technology Exports Affect CO2 Emissions for Partners? Evidence from China.

Shaker, Saber Adly (2019): Can Clean Technology Exports Affect CO2 Emissions for Partners? Evidence from China. Published in: Journal of Economic and Business Studies , Vol. 6, No. 2

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Abstract

This paper uses a panel vector error correction model (panel VECM) to examine the impact of Chinese exports of clean technology-intensive goods on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in China’s partners between 2001 and 2013. The results suggest that Chinese exports of clean technology-intensive goods play a crucial role in reducing CO2 emissions in the short run but not in the long term. Finally, Carbon dioxide emissions CO2 considered an item of demand factors which affects the production of clean technology-intensive goods in the long run only.

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