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  • China Permanent Normal Trade Relations
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    "A Paper Tiger on Trade" It seems that the major question surrounding the United States and its foreign relations these days is whether or not we grant China Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR). Some feel that we should give it to them, while many oppose the move as well. However, the reasons to not grant China PNTR are not nearly as conclusive as those reasons to grant it to them. As the article states, this issue divides up both political parties. It is not just Republicans vs. Democrats. ...
  • China's Participation In The Wto
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    China will continue its efforts to enter into the World Trade Organization (WTO), Chinese Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation Wu Yi said in Beijing on April 21 during her talks with Renato Ruggiero, director-general of WTO. Wu said that although China hopes to solve this problem as soon as possible, it is prepared for new difficulties and obstacles it will face in the entry process. No matter what the outcome, she said, China will not stop but rather speed up its reform and openin...
  • Wto's Involvement In The Trading Of Goods
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    Benefits of the World Trade Organization By Mike Harrison One of the biggest firms associated with globalization is the World Trade Organization. The World Trade Organization is the only international body that deals with the rules of trading between nations. It has evolved over the past half century into an entity that contract with the trade of services, intellectual property as well as its original intent of the trade of goods. The WTO controls most trade in the world today through over 100 c...
  • Us Policy Between China And Taiwan
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    A resolution that will redefine what the two sides should expect from the US is not the best policy either. This would allow the Chinese and Taiwanese to figure out what is best for them, not what is best for the US. If a cross strait agreement occurs it is likely to come in a two-phase process. First as interim period has to be allotted and Taiwan quest for acknowledgement has to be granted and a longer commitment to a cross-strait dialogue has to be maintained for the purpose of the goal, name...
  • Most Important Industries In China
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    On November 10, 2001 the world ultimately granted China membership into coveted trade organization, the WTO. Not since Deng Xiaoping's economic reforms of 1978 has China made such a giant leap toward the creation of a market economy. The World Trade Organization (WTO) finally opened its door on Saturday to China, the world's most populous? C and one of the most robust? C economy, sending a positive signal to the world economy loitering on the brink of a full-blown recession? (Xinhua, Financial T...
  • Trade Barrier Battle Between China And Us
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    Cause of the disputes: The Bush administration accused China of a host of trade violations, including intellectual property theft and trade barriers. "Manufacturers complained about rampant piracy of intellectual property, forced transfer of technology from firms launching joint ventures in China, trade barriers and capital markets that are largely insulated from free-market pressures", Evans said. Evans also announced the creation of a new Unfair Trade Practices Team inside the Commerce Departm...

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