Implications of the U.S.-China Trade War

Implications of the U.S.-China Trade War


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trade war, Commercial protection, china, USA


At the beginning of the 21st century China started to emerge as an economic power actor on the international stage to increase its dominance, and began to highlight the features of its attempt to compete with the United States of America, and end the policy of the one pole in the global economy, and to move to a multipolar global economy. But the U.S. refusal to give up its leadership role to the global economy led to the U.S.-China Trade War, which has had major implications for the Chinese and American economies, in addition to its implications for the global economy. Thus, the data indicate a significant shift in the balance of economic power between China and the United States of America, China is economically capable, In the long run, it may become the world's number one economic power.