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  • China and United States: 1999 vs. 2009

    Ying Ma economy, Americas The United States and China are engaged in a raging trade war two decades after they signed a trade pact that paved the way to Beijing's entry into the World Trade Organization. In November 1999, the United States and China signed a trade pact that paved the way to China’s entry into the World Trade Organization. To secure U.S. support for its WTO accession, China agreed to open its markets and cut tariffs an average of 23 percent. Some twenty years later today, the...

    The National Interest
  • China commits to trade talks with the United States

    Beijing is committed to striking a trade deal with the U.S. but it’s ready to respond with more countermeasures.

  • Is the United States losing the trade war with China?

    Trade negotiations have apparently made little headway in resolving the issues between the U.S. and China.
  • China Is Learning from Russian Military Interactions with the United States

    Lyle J. Goldstein Security, Asia A Chinese analysis contends that U.S. defense strategy will not only spark a great power arms race, but will have an unpredictable and negative impact on regional security in the Indo-Pacific region. An April 26, 2019, headline in the Chinese newspaper Global Times was quite typical: “The US takes the unusual step of threatening Russia with two aircraft carriers. Russia’s answer: that makes you a bigger target [美罕见用双航母威胁俄 俄回应:让你变大活靶].” In the new era of Kinzhal...

    The National Interest
  • China is powering ahead of the US in the race for mega start-ups

    The surge of growth is a testament to a unique business environment, as well as a population more than three times larger than the U.S. At the same time, it bears all the points of concerns global investors have about an overheated Chinese economy.

  • Trump Claims New China Tariffs Help, Not Hurt, United States

    "Just sit back and watch!" Trump tweeted.
  • Trump claims new China tariffs help, not hurt, United States

    WASHINGTON (AP) " After U.S.-China trade talks broke off, President Donald Trump said that "conversations into the future will continue" but that new tariffs the U.S. imposed Friday on $200 billion in Chinese imports would remain despite Beijing's vow to retaliate.Trump said in an afternoon tweet that the tariffs "may or may not be removed" depending on the future negotiations.Earlier, in a series of blustering morning tweets, Trump claimed the new tariffs will help rather than [

    The Palm Beach Post