US-China Interdependence

13/08/2021

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Many believe the chief characteristic of US-China relations is competition, but the truth is that the two superpowers sit heavily in each other’s laps. There’s a disconnect between the official party line and how much business gets done by ex-pats on both sides. Take Apple for example- its largest iPhone production plant is located in Central China. The two sides might argue in public, but behind closed doors, it’s a bit cozier than you would think.

Read More:

https://www.reuters.com/world/china/chinas-new-us-envoy-stresses-importance-taiwan-first-high-level-meeting-2021-08-13/

https://www.brookings.edu/blog/order-from-chaos/2021/08/12/the-new-normal-in-us-china-relations-hardening-competition-and-deep-interdependence/

https://www.forbes.com/sites/angelauyeung/2021/07/27/apple-floats-above-china-technology-crackdown---for-now/?sh=7f90fd53b6f5



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