The U.S. High Technology Export Control towards China
Keywords:high-tech, export control, influence
AbstractHigh-tech products trade has always been one of the most important factors in international market, however, there do exists restrictions and barriers between China and the United States for various reason. Thus this essay discusses the current status of high-tech productsâ€™ trade as well as the negative influences on the exporter (the U.S.) and the positive impacts on the importer (China), then based on the discussion gives conclusion.
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