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Customer Name Tutor Name Course Name China-USA Trade From the beginning of the 21st century, there has been a rapid rise in a bilateral trade between China and the USA that has benefited the two countries. Statistics from the customs' office of China showed that exports to the USA had risen from US$52.1 billion in 2000 to US$162 billion in 2005 while customs' statistics from the USA indicated that its exports to China were US$16.2billion in 2000 and by 2005, they reached US$41.8 billion.
China has emerged as the main strategic partner to the USA. The USA has identified China as one of its top ten emerging markets. Just like commodities, capital requires high capital markets, and hence the USA has heavily invested in the Chinese markets, and this is a clear demonstration that China has become the largest overseas market for the USA capital. China and the USA have recorded remarkable achievement in terms of financial cooperation and by the year 2005, China was holding US$254.4 in US treasury bonds as well as a considerable number of US private securities and stocks. Consequently, by 2005, the foreign reserve of China reached US$810 billion and 60 percent of this was USA capital. The trade between the two countries has been, however, faced with numerous challenges emanating from the increasing friction and conflicts like RMB exchange rates, Intellectual Property Rights, market access and trade balance. Trade wars have had the tendency of ruining the trade and economic ties between the two countries and are not acceptable. ...
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