Codependency to Conflict?

The world’s most important economic relationship is in serious trouble. Long drawn together by the mutual benefits of codependency—an export-led China relying on U.S. demand and a saving-short United States in need of low-cost Chinese imports and surplus foreign capital—the air is now thick with tension.

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New Future for Sino-U.S. Relations

In the lead-up to U.S. President Donald Trump’s November visit to China, Chinese President Xi Jinping said in a phone call to Trump that China and the U.S. have a wide range of common interests, and that the two nations need to expand cooperation through exchanges at all levels to inject new vitality into Sino-U.S. relations.

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