The Sino-American Commercial Treaty of 1946 was a controversial agreement aimed at providing the Nationalists with much needed wartime aid during their Civil War with the Communists. The Chinese Communists condemned the treaty as imperialist while segments of the American population criticized the commercial rights granted Chinese in the United States.

The Treaty of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation (Sino-American Commercial Treaty of 1946), signed in Nanjing on 4 November 1946, was a

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:00-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Document, Governance|Comments Off on Sino-American Commercial Treaty (Zhōng-Měi Jīngjì Tiáoyuē 中美经济条约)|Zhōng-Měi Jīngjì Tiáoyuē 中美经济条约 (Sino-American Commercial Treaty)

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