Trade With China: Trade Agreements, Agricultural Imports and U.S. Trade Issues

Pamela Simmons (Editor)

Series: Trade Issues, Policies and Laws
BISAC: LAW014010

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This book examines the state of China’s trade agreements with various regions of the world and the strategy and rationale behind them. In its campaign to sign free trade agreements, China is slowly moving from small, developing countries to more advanced economies. However, China’s approach to preferential trade is inconsistent and not fully understood. This book outlines China’s strategy and key factors influencing its policy in the pursuit of free trade agreements and offers considerations for the U.S. government. Moreover, the book provides an overview of U.S.-China commercial relations, including major trade disputes, and examines China’s recent emergence as a major agricultural importer and its implications for global markets.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

China’s Trade Ambitions: Strategy and Objectives behind China’s Pursuit of Free Trade Agreements
(Nargiza Salidjanova)

China’s Growing Demand for Agricultural Imports
(Fred Gale, James Hansen, and Michael Jewison)

China-U.S. Trade Issues
(Wayne M. Morrison)

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