China – US Economic Relations
The economic relations between China and the United States of America have emerged as the most fascinating phenomenon in the contemporary interdependent world. The ideological cultural and structural differences do not seem to hamper trade between the leading liberal democracy and the last communist country. The scope and complexity of this relationship have caused a number of issues such as the value of the China’s currency, US anti-dumping measures, and the issue of the protection of intellectual property in China to impede the development of economic exchange. This essay is an attempt to look at these issues from the China’s point of view.Unfairly Treated
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