Hitting China With a Tariff Won't Help U.S. Economy

Koo, George
July 2005
Chinese American Forum;Jul2005, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p38
Comments on the impact of imposing a tariff duty on inbound Chinese goods as a solution to boost the economy of the U.S. Claim of the author that such initiative is a contrary to the spirit of global free trade; Reaction of the author to the attribution of the U.S. trade deficit to the Chinese international trade; Comparison of the economic policies initiated by the U.S. and China.


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