Transformation Strategy of Foreign Trade Growth Mode in Jiangxi: Based on Low-Carbon Economy


This work analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of developing low-carbon economy of Jiangxi province using the theory of trade and environment, and puts forward macro ideas and strategies to develop low-carbon economy and promote transformation of foreign trade growth mode of Jiangxi province from the system construction, element reserves, industrial layout, implementation approaches, and ways of developing low-carbon economy. Relying on the unique ecological advantages, the growth of foreign trade can be prompted to transfer from extensive mode to low-carbon green development and realize the strategy goal of Ecological province and Green development through developing low-carbon economy.

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Dai, M. , Hu, M. and Li, Y. (2014) Transformation Strategy of Foreign Trade Growth Mode in Jiangxi: Based on Low-Carbon Economy. iBusiness, 6, 10-17. doi: 10.4236/ib.2014.61002.

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