Scott ELDRIDGE II

China’s export-driven economy feels the pain of a global recession during the holiday season. The magnitude of China’s manufactured goods, and China’s role as both an import and export partner of the United States, makes the business relationship between the two countries especially complex. PHOTO BY ROBERT EATON.

The United States controls exports with China to mitigate trade, address security concerns, and communicate foreign policy. The Export Administration works within the U.S. Department of Commerce;

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:38-05:00January 22nd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Business and Economy, Policy|Comments Off on Export Controls, U.S. (Měiguó de chūkǒu guǎnzhì 美国的出口管制)|Měiguó de chūkǒu guǎnzhì 美国的出口管制 (Export Controls, U.S.)

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