The Real Economy: Volume 39
Special global edition: China outlook 2018
THE REAL ECONOMY |
What’s at stake in an increasingly tense U.S.-China relationship? Over the past four decades the economic and trade relationship between the U.S. and China has been dramatically transformed, growing from about $2 billion in 1979 to approximately $612.5 billion in 2017. In this issue of The Real Economy we look at how trade frictions and associated political noise increasingly overshadow the deep and broad economic relationship that supports growth in each country and across the global economy.
In addition, read U.S. Capitol Corner to get Joe Brusuela's view on China's role inthe global economy. Finally, we take a visual approach to understanding the U.S-China trade relationship in a series of infographics. Download the full issue for access to all insights.
IN THIS ISSUE
The U.S.-China trade relationship is among the most important bilateral economic relationships in the international economy.
The economic relationship between the U.S. and China has grown from $2 billion in 1979 to $612.5 billion in 2017. What does that look like?