So it might have come as a surprise to some in China during the 2016 presidential election in the US when one of the candidates devoted much attention to accusing China of being an “economic enemy”, saying that, “We can’t continue to allow China to rape our country, and that’s what they’re doing. It’s the greatest theft in the history of the world,” and promising to slap high tariffs on imports from China to slash the US’ trade deficit with that country and bring jobs back to the US. Perhaps the bigger surprise was that this candidate won the election.
The development of drones has boomed since 2014. China produced nearly 450,000 drones in 2016, and the total likely hit 500,000 in 2017, according to Wu Renbiao, vice-president of Civil Aviation University of China in Tianjin.
2018 marks the 30 year anniversary of Hainan province, as well as 40 years since China's beginnings of its opening up policies. China Daily's journalist takes a journey from Hainan's capital, Haikou, to the southern paradise of Sanya, to experience how the island's major accomplishments reflect a global and beautiful Hainan, but also a global and beautiful China.
Researchers estimate that the cave site was created between the late Neolithic age and the Bronze age.
Are the two dreams compatible? Can the US and China both become “great again”, or must one succeed by forcing the other to fail?
The consensus in the US was that a richer China would be a peaceful China, and an enormous market for US products and services. This point of view still predominates, despite the current shenanigans.
Over this time, the trading relationship between China and the US has gone from almost non-existent (resulting from the embargo imposed on China in 1950 during the Korean War) to a close interdependence that has enabled China to industrialize and prosper while providing the US with a plethora of lower-priced products. Consumers in the US often complain that too many of the things they buy are “Made in China”, but they continue to buy them in great quantities.
The world’s second-largest economy will also implement a long-term mechanism and targeted regulation to stabilize the real estate sector.