U.S. Exports to China Doubled Since 2000

From New America Media’s ethnic media news summaries:

The US-China Business Council published a report Thursday showing that the United States has doubled its export to China since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2000, reports the World Journal.

China has become the third country on United States’ exporting list after Canada and Mexico. In 2007, the United States’ exports to China totaled 65 billion US dollars.

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