Implications of the Recent China-Russia Trade Agreement

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Implications of the Recent China-Russia Trade Agreement
Over the past several decades, China’s strength in low-cost manufacturing has allowed them to become an exporting superpower. China’s newfound economic strength has the potential to disrupt the mechanisms of international trade should they feel so inclined. Although Russia struggled in the 1990’s with its immediate embrace of a free market economy after the fall of communism, but the government has since adapted its strategy and returned government input into some key industries such as petroleum and natural gas. In November of this year, China and Russia signed thirteen separate agreements related to trade that is estimated to be worth over $8 billion. These agreements have the...
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