China is a pioneer in manufacturing and is a major exporter of electronics goods all over the globe. Considering China’s growing influence in the world market and its emergence as a key exporter has initiated the trading activities in the Eastern Asia region.
Mapping the patterns of specialization of the manufacturing and distribution process, it is quite evident that the country has staked out production capabilities over a period of time. These huge manufacturing costs are mainly funded by some of the established players in this region. Their collective efforts in raising money for research and development activities have made China popular as one of the most prosperous and is entitled as a technologically advanced nation all over the world. The unique business compositions of these players have scaled out the ability to assess several financial issues and are generating high volume trade. The sophistication in the trade is holding their own face in the development cycle of current day trends and futuristic growth impacts that will come with their growing international trades.
Market research has understood the bilateral nature of China’s manufacturing and trading sectors, mentioning that the country sources it primary raw material components from the neighboring regions of Japan and canalizes their products in high-income or developed countries. The theory of intra-industry trade has clearly manifested in their global production networks and is over-ruling their finance barriers, maintenance and transportation costs.