SINGAPORE (Nov 25): Since the entry of China into the World Trade Organisation in 2001, national economies have been integrated into the global economy at an unprecedented pace. According to the WTO, more than half of world trade in goods and services consists of intermediate products which are mostly exchanged within global value chains, which have become worldwide networks for the production of goods and services.

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