TITLE

SMALL WORLD, BIG STAKES

AUTHOR(S)
Elliott, Michael; Beech, Hannah; Estulin, Chaim; Forney, Matthew; Jakes, Susan; Shannon, Elaine
PUB. DATE
June 2005
SOURCE
Time;6/27/2005, Vol. 165 Issue 26, p30
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Looks at economic relations between the U.S. and China as of June 27, 2005. Profitability of manufactured goods made in China and sold in the U.S.; Impact of China's political and economic policies on U.S. interests and international relations; View that China's currency policy maintains low priced goods that unfairly compete with U.S. manufacturing industries; Views of U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on U.S. relations with China; Discussion of political and social movements toward modernity in China; Efforts of the Chinese government to prevent political corruption and economic inequality.
ACCESSION #
17376780

 

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