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Hussein Sherif NEAAM

THE CHINESE ECONOMY: BETWEEN ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AND US OPPOSITION

Over the past four decades, China was Able to Carry out Comprehensive Reforms in the Political, Economic and Cultural Fields that were Characterized by Gradualness and Adaptation to the Circumstances and Capabilities of the Country and its Own needs. It was Able to Build a Hybrid Economic Model Between the Planning Principles Emanating from its Communist Beliefs and the Market Principles Emanating from its Future Aspirations. This was its First Step in the Process of Economic Reform, which Reflected its Position on the Map of Global Political and Economic Relations, and a Number of Developing Countries Expressed their Hope that China Would Transfer its Economic Experience to their Societies, Especially Since China is Interested in Promoting its Goods and Services Regardless of the Regime and its Affiliations. This Made it a More Attractive Option for Many Developing Countries and Authoritarian Regimes that do not want to Interfere in their Internal Affairs and at the Same Time favor obtaining the highest foreign investments. On the other hand, this success posed a threat to the economic interests of many capitalist countries, especially the United States The United States, which caused tension and turmoil in international trade relations, so the regime change that My neighbor, imposed by the rise of China while achieving its benefits, has created regional and international conflicts.

Keywords: China, International Trade Relations, Trade Wars.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.21.29


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