CRS report on China-U.S. Trade Issues

From the Introduction of China-U.S. Trade Issues (January 23, 2018 RL33536):

[B]ilateral trade relations have become increasingly strained in recent years over a number of issues, including China’s: mixed record on implementing its WTO obligations; infringement of U.S. intellectual property (such as through cyber theft of U.S. trade secrets and forced technology requirements placed on foreign firms); increased use of industrial policies to promote and protect domestic Chinese firms; extensive trade and foreign investment restrictions; lack of transparency in trade rules and regulations; distortionary economic policies that have led to overcapacity in several industries; and its large merchandise trade surplus with the United States. China’s economic and trade conditions, policies, and acts have a significant impact on the U.S. economy as whole as well as specific U.S. sectors and thus have been of concern to Congress.

— Joe

One thought on “CRS report on China-U.S. Trade Issues

  1. Tawny April 15, 2018 at 10:34 am Reply

    Wow! Great to find a post with such a clear meagess!

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