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Agreement Between China And Us

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The China-United States Trade War (Chinese: l`ovo????; pinyin: Zh?ngm?i Màoyìzhàn) is a persistent economic conflict between China and the United States. President Donald Trump began in 2018 setting tariffs and other trade barriers against China in a move to force it to make changes to what the U.S. calls “unfair trade practices” and intellectual property theft. [1] The Trump administration has stated that these practices could contribute to the U.S.-China trade deficit and that the Chinese government is demanding the transfer of U.S. technology to China. [2] In response to US trade measures, the Chinese administration accused the Trump administration of protectionism. [3] On 15 January 2020, the two sides reached a phase one agreement, but tensions remained. 7. See Interim Report on the Economic and Trade Agreement between the United States of America and the People`s Republic of China: Agriculture Trade, October 23, 2020. This report contains data on planned U.S. exports — not actual U.S. exports, as stated in the trade agreement`s legislation — based on weekly data on sales of certain agricultural products reported to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Globally, foreign direct investment has slowed. [243] The trade war has harmed the European economy, particularly Germany, although trade relations between Germany and China, as well as between Germany and the United States, remain good. [244] The Canadian economy is also negative. [245] Like the United States, Britain, Germany, Japan and South Korea showed “poor manufacturing performance” starting in 2019. [246] Several Asian governments have taken stimulus measures to deal with the damage caused by the trade war, although economists have said it may not be effective. [247] Ms. Vetter stated that the agreement was surprisingly reciprocal in this area and that it gave concessions to China to ensure fairer treatment of its exports to the United States. The agreement marks an important turning point in U.S. trade policy and the types of free trade agreements that the U.S.

has generally supported. Instead of reducing tariffs to allow the flow of goods and services to meet market demand, this agreement leaves a record level of tariffs and forces China to buy some products worth $200 billion in two years. . . .

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is Masim "Vavai" Sugianto, Professional IT. Tinggal di Bekasi, bekerja di Jakarta. Aktif pada Komunitas OpenSUSE Indonesia. Berminat pada dunia Open Source dan pengembangan program Java. Keseharian dapat dimonitor pada Blog Pribadi
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