The U.S. Must Face Up to China’s Trade Challenges

China’s accession into the WTO and its subsequent rapid economic development are causing vociferous complaints from the U.S. who feels that China is not complying with original WTO agreements. Although extremely U.S. centric, this research article summarizes the key points of contention from the U.S. point of view: Barriers to Imports of U.S. Farm Products; China’s Semiconductor Rebates; Piracy of Intellectual Property; Theft of Advanced Technology; Capital Controls; Undervalued Chinese Currency. It also calls for U.S. action in controlling the violations and stemming the damage.

Source at The Heritage Foundation.

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