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《Journal of Latin American Studies》 2009-05
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Economic and Social Effects of the Outward-oriented Development Model in Latin America

Yue Yunxia  
Since the 1980s,most Latin American countries have turned to the outward-oriented development model and claimed export to be the engine of economic growth.By this way the region succeeded in attaining remarkable economic growth,expanding its openness and gaining more international influence.On the other hand,the model produced a variety of negative effects on the regional economy and triggered or worsened already-existed social problems,which heavily undermined economic sustainability and social stability in the region.Similar to Latin America,China is undergoing the transition from the import-substitution development model to the export-orientation one,which has resulted in a highly export-oriented economy.With the aim of building a harmonious society,China can use gains and lessons from Latin America as a valuable reference.
【CateGory Index】: F173
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