China will continue to pursue a comprehensive trade deal with the US, phase by phase People in China often say that China’s economic reform has entered “deep water”. Since it implies huge uncertainties, this analogy can also be applied to the relationship between China and the United States at the time being. China, which is the second-largest economy in the world and one of the fast growing economies, is now deeply intertwined with the global economy. This makes any possible deficiencies and distortions in China’s economic system of global concern as they may have repercussions for other countries. Over the past few years, confrontation between China and the US has intensified and rhetoric about decoupling is spreading-a technology cold war may even have started-but it is still unimaginable to kick China completely out of the global economic system, as it would be too costly for everyone. No matter how the Sino-US relationship may evolve in the future, the two countries will still trade with each other and compete in third-party markets as important players, at least for many civil use products. This justifies the argument that the US and China will continue to pursue a comprehensive trade deal, phase by… Read full this story
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