Freight Mobility and Connectivity in China and U.S. Trade Issues

Lillian Emmett (Editor)

Series: Trade Issues, Policies and Laws
BISAC: POL011020



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Trade growth between the United States and China has increased U.S. interest in how the Chinese transportation system handles exports. The Federal Highway Administration, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, and National Cooperative Highway Research Program sponsored a scanning study to identify how China provides intermodal access to its ports and uses investment strategies to foster freight mobility and intermodal connectivity.

The scan team learned that China’s national, provincial, and metropolitan transportation policy is closely coordinated with the country’s economic policy and social harmony goals. The transportation system is expanding rapidly to meet global intermodal freight demands and promote expansion into underdeveloped regions of the country. This book discusses the freight mobility and intermodal connectivity in China as well as provides an overview of U.S.-China commercial relations, including major trade disputes. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1 - Freight Mobility and Intermodal Connectivity in China (pp. 1-82)
David Cole, Tony Furst, Sharon Daboin, Warren Hoemann, Michael Meyer, Richard Nordahl, Marygrace Parker, Leo Penne, Norman Stoner and Tianjia Tang

Chapter 2 - China-U.S. Trade Issues (pp. 83-152)
Wayne M. Morrison


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