In today’s world, the rapid development of trade in services, the focus of the global economy is shifting from trade in goods to trade in services. As an important part of international trade, trade in services occupies an increasingly important position in a country’s economic activities and has increasingly become a country’s industry Structural adjustment and pillar industry strategy alternative tool. We need to correctly grasp the characteristics and trends of world trade in services. As China, the first developing country, it is particularly important to grasp the characteristics and trends of service trade in developed and developing countries.
World trade in services has been developed with developed countries as the center. 25 years in the world trade in services among the top one countries and regions are mainly developed countries, the United States, Britain, Germany, France and Japan in 24 years and 25 years of service trade import and export of the top five. The total exports of trade in services in the five countries accounted for 38% of the world’s trade in services. The top ten countries and regions for export of services are only China and Hong Kong, China, which are listed in the developing countries.
Although the developed countries in the world trade in services occupies an extremely important position, but into the 20th century, 9 years, developing countries and regions significantly accelerated the export of services, trade in the world share of the increasing share. This paper will analyze the development trend of service trade between developed and developing countries from four perspectives: service export growth rate, service trade structure, service trade balance and service trade competitive advantage index.
The trade structures of both developed and developing countries are optimized, but the transfer of developing countries is slower than that of developed countries. Due to the difficulty of the overall data acquisition between developed and developing countries, this paper will rank the export of service trade in developed and developing countries with the export of service trade as the standard, and intercept the top five countries of developed countries and The top five developing countries are the research objects and the comparative analysis of the service trade structure.