Boao Forum for Asia Asian Competitiveness Annual Report 2013

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Table of Contents
Part One Annual Report 2013-Competitiveness of Asian Economies 
Chapter 1 Internal and External Environments Affecting the Competitiveness of Asian Economies 
1.1 Global Economy with a Persistent Low Growth Rate. 
1.2 The Asian Economy Is Significantly Slowing Down with Varied Conditions in Different Economies within the Region 
1.3 Sino-Japanese Relationship and Its Influence over Asian Economy 
Chapter 2 Introduction to Competitiveness Indices of Asian Economies 
2.1 Purpose and Philosophy of Evaluation 
2.2 Introduction to Competitiveness Indices of Asian Economies 
2.3 Introduction to Competitiveness Indicators of Asian Economies 
Chapter 3 Evaluation Report on Competitiveness of Asian Economies 
3.1 Target Economies to Be Evaluated in 2012 
3.2 Final and Sub-item Ranking in 2012 
3.3 Analysis ofthe Evaluation Results ofAsian Economies Competitiveness 2012 
Part Two Annual Report 2013-Competitiveness of Listed Asian Enterprises 
Chapter 4 External and Internal Environments Affecting the Competitiveness of Asian Enterprises 
4.1 Asia's Worsened Investment Environment Affects Enterprises'Competitiveness 
4.2 Asian Enterprises Face Worsened Consumption Environments, Mounting Stock and Capacity Excess 
4.3 Trade Environment Worsens and Restrains Asian Enterprises'Exports 
4.4 Asian Enterprises Expect a Better Business Environment in 2013 
Chapter 5 Introduction to Competitiveness Indices of Listed Asian Enterprises 
5.1 Introduction to Amendment ofCompetitiveness Indicators of Listed Asian Enterprises 
5.2 Introduction to Competitiveness Indices of Listed Asian Enterprises 
5.3 Introduction to Asian Listed Enterprises'Competitiveness Evaluation Indicators 
5.4 Introduction to Competitiveness Evaluation Indices of Banking and Insurance Enterprises Listed in Asia 
5.5 Introduction to Competitiveness Evaluation Indicators of Listed Asian Banking and Insurance Enterprises 
Chapter 6 Report on Competitiveness of Listed Asian Enterprises 
6.1 Selected Listed Asian Enterprises 
6.2 Evaluation Result and Related Analysis of Listed Asian Enterprises 
6.3 Results and Analysis ofSub-item Evaluation of Listed Asian Enterprises'Competitiveness 
Chapter 7 Competitiveness of Listed Asian Enterprises-Rankings 2012 
7.1 Rankings 2012 by Comprehensive Capacity: Listed Asian Enterprises'Competitiveness (300) 
7.2 Rankings 2012 by Categories: Listed Asian Enterprises'Competitiveness (4x50) 
7.3 Rankings 2012 by Regions: Listed Asian Enterprises'Competitiveness (6x50) 
7.4 Rankings 2012 by Industries: Listed Asian Enterprises'(Non-financial) Competitiveness (22x20) 
7.5 2012 Competitiveness Rankings of Asian Listed Banking and Insurance Enterprises (2x20) 
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Since the 1990s, China and Japan have always had a lose economic relationship, but cold ties in politics. Since in April 201 2, Sino-Japanese economic ties it an unknown trough. As the world's second nd third biggest economy, China and Japan have strong economic interdependence. The relationship etween the two countries will not only affect Sino- apanese economic ties, but also Asian economic ompetitiveness and global economic growth outlook. 
First of all, Japan's economy will have more irect impact. China's exports to Japan have decreased year by year, from i0% in 2006 down o the current 7%, while Japan's exports to China have increased from 11% to 20% during the same period. Now, China has become the biggest export estination for Japan. In 2011, Japan's export to hina was USD194.6 billion, accounting for 23.6% of its total export and Japan's trade surplus to China M USD46,3 billion, making up 0.8% ofJapan's GDP. eanwhile, Japan's exports to China via Republic of orea, China's Taiwan and China's Hong Kong were lso vast, accounting for 10% of its total volume. As e can see, Japan is more dependent on China in rade. (See Figure 1.4) In addition, many of Japan's mportant raw industrial materials are imported om China, for example, the rare earth from hina making up 90% of the total. Moreover, Sino- apanese relationship has a direct and profound mpact on Japan's tourism industry. For a long ime, Japan has been a favorable destination for hinese tourists. According to data from Japan's ourist administration, Chinese per capita spend wo times more than tourists from other countries, p to 160,000 yen. However, since April 2012, hinese tourism in Japan decreased dramatically. rom October lst to 8th, many tourist groups from hina suspended their trips and more than 60,000 lane tickets were cancelled. Chinese became ess illing to travel to Japan. In short, the cold ino-Japanese economic ties will have a negative nfluence on Japan's economic growth, economic ompetitiveness and its domestic industrial nterprises.
Boao Forum for Asia Asian Competitiveness Annual Report 2013