Media: does the United States mention the unequal treaty to China when it is 1840?

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 Media: does the United States mention the unequal treaty to China when it is 1840?


This list, which has been officially confirmed by the United States, has also spread to Chinas Internet, and has directly aroused strong indignation among Chinese netizens. Because this is an unequal treaty that bullies China as a weak country. The following picture is taken from the representative of the United States government at this meeting. And in this picture, the United States has put forward a extremely high demand to China: China must reduce its 200 billion trade deficit against the United States in the 2 years up to 2020. However, this is just the beginning of the 8 - Part list of conditions, and in the next part, the Americans are more likely to be Leo. China must open the market to the United States in accordance with the requirements of the United States. You have to buy a lot of American products No US enterprises should be asked to transfer technology to China China stops the China made 2025 plan We must not oppose the US restrictions on Chinas investment in sensitive sectors of the US. China revoked accusations against the United States in WTO ... Even they say: if we think that you China does not cooperate with us, we can impose tariffs on you immediately, but you are not allowed to counterattack, you cant impose tariffs on American products, and you can only abolish tariffs. No wonder netizens are asking if the US government still lives in 1840. Even some media people who work for the US and the western media feel that this list is almost taking the gun directly to the head of the Chinese government. Then, after you know the situation, we will look back on the draft of the negotiations that China has issued today, and we will find that behind the frank, efficient, constructive discussion, the frank, efficient, constructive discussion is hidden behind a fierce collision. The dialogue is not easy, and the two sides have reached a consensus in some areas. There are still some differences on some issues. Then, how do we understand the two sides consensus? What are the possible ways to digest the differences? For this round of Sino US negotiations, we have a red heart, two hands to prepare. To be successful is best and can not be successful. We also have the courage to face the reality. Even if it is successful, it will probably take several trips. However, the problems involved in such a huge bilateral trade and economic cooperation must be very complicated. In particular, the US sides preliminary expectations are so unrealistic and negative. Even if the US really gives up the trade war to negotiate, the two sides need more time to make the US policymakers feel more deeply aware of the role of the objective economic law. You can take a look at the US negotiating framework announced in the May 4th Wall Street Journal Chinese web. The first is to reduce the trade deficit. 1. within 12 months from June 1, 2018, China needs to reduce its trade surplus with the US $100 billion. 2. since June 1, 2019, China has continued to reduce the trade surplus of US $second to US $100 billion within 12 months, that is, a total reduction of $200 billion by the end of 2020. You know, in 2017, Chinas total trade volume from the United States was only 130 billion 300 million US dollars. Now that the United States is asking China to import $200 billion in more than two years, it is believed that anyone with a little economic knowledge will realize how unrealistic the requirement is. Whose fault is it? In fact, in terms of economic commonsense, Sino US trade imbalance is not Chinas fault, but the inevitable result of its own national savings shortage. As long as the United States does not raise its national savings, no matter how the uncle Sam toss, no matter how many foreign trade wars, it can not eliminate the trade deficit, and it is bound to press the gourd to float the ladle, reduce the trade deficit with the country, but expand the trade deficit with other countries. Further examining the overall situation of the balance of payments, it is easy to see how one-sided it is to get entangled in the balance of trade in goods. Because the current account receipts and payments not only include trade in goods, but also trade in services, which are the strengths of the United States and Chinas weaknesses. Under such a trend, China may be able to withstand the impact of a cut in US trade surplus of US $two hundred billion. In that case, what will happen to Chinas current account balance as a whole? How will this impact on Chinas macroeconomic stability? Pros and cons China has put forward a positive proposal to expand imports. What the United States is talking about is the negative view of Chinas export reduction. The effect of the former is to maintain and enhance the purchasing power of the Chinese market, to provide more commercial opportunities for the American industry and to create more employment opportunities for the Chinese workers, farmers and white-collar workers in the Chinese market. The latter argues that the effect is to directly reduce the purchasing power of the Chinese market, which leads to the narrowing of the commercial development space of the American industry in the Chinese market, and the reduction of employment opportunities for the Chinese market by the American workers, farmers and white-collar workers. Comparing the two phases is more desirable and self-evident. As for the attempt to stifle China made 2025, it is unjustifiable. After all, any individual and country have the right to pursue self development, and China made 2025 does not advocate the violation of WTO rules. This two years, the banner of free trade and world trade rules is not the United States but China. . The American government can not ban the young men in Montanas remote town to go to New York to pursue their American Dream. Whats the reason and power to ban Chinas Chinese dream to pursue self development? The Sino US consultations have never been limited to a single game between China and the United States. The upsurge in the development of Chinas integrated circuit industry is rapidly rising, and the emergency deployment of soybeans in the northeast. A few days ago, President Xi Jinping met with Prime Minister Modi of India in Wuhan. Prime Minister Li Keqiangs visit to Japan and Japan, Japan, Japan, Japan and Japan were preparing for the seventh visit to Japan. The epic trade war launched by the superpower decision-makers is not so easy to tune in. China also needs to fully display its will and ability to China and abroad. In this case, it is not in a hurry to reach an unfeasible agreement at one stroke, but to be patient to continue the consultation, let the time play a role, and let the American policymakers feel more deeply aware of the role of the objective economic law.