Chinese Economic and Trade Policies towards the United States Introduction to the Issue and Policy Background Chinese economic and trade policies towards the United States are increasingly dependent on the fact that the latter country has been experiencing economic decline while China’s economy is quickly growing. The United States (US) still retains the world’s largest economy, driven for the most part by technology and liberal fiscal policies (CIA 1). Although the country’s history of delivering significant manufacturing resources is on the decline compared to emerging economies like China, the US’s market focus has allowed the country to develop a strong industrial base and a high per capita GDP of $48,000 per annum. As the CIA reports,...The end:
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