MYTHS AND REALITIES OF THE U.S. - CHINA ECONOMIС RELATIONS
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MYTHS AND REALITIES OF THE U.S. - CHINA ECONOMIС RELATIONS
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Alexander Parkansky 
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The author discusses the modern trends in the U.S. - China economic interaction, including territorial and commodity structure of exports and imports, off-shoring and re-shoring.
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foreign trade deficit, territorial and commodity structure of exports and imports, off-shoring and re-shoring
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09.03.2015
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