Global Editorial Review: Time for Trade War to be Endurance Competition is on Chinas side

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 Global Editorial Review: Time for Trade War to be Endurance Competition is on Chinas side


We are here to popularize some knowledge to the United States. Trade warfare is an extreme game of losing and losing. It is also a special game that needs to be run through with reason all the time. There is no emotional position in it. If one side loses his temper, the other side will never buy it. Moreover, no one believes that a trade war can conjure up a magic of one side winning and the other losing. So when the United States preaches how much benefits trade wars can bring to them, the whole world laughs at such blatant bloated faces and fattening people, and wonders how such a hypocritical and false victory show can continue in the United States.

Now, the United States is about to impose tariffs on all Chinese imports to the United States. The biggest cards of the United States have been played out, and their last cards are a little excited. As we all know, anger is often an emotional catharsis that is unable to achieve its goal. Obviously, the US side can not accept the fact: why did all the big and small kings and the same flourishes come out, and China just can not move, neither collapse nor panic?

This is China. The U.S. side is too confident. It has made a serious strategic mistake by choosing the worlds second largest economy, a country whose market size is very close to it, as the target of redistributing trade rules to the world. The current U.S. governing team has a completely taken-for-granted understanding of how to use power in modern international relations. It believes that extreme pressure can not only achieve unreasonable goals, but also be a shortcut to those goals.

The reality is that the U.S. sides extreme pressure has hit nails in many directions. In recent years, it has been the most appealing period for U.S. diplomacy, but the actual progress has been the least harvested. The Sino-US trade war has reached the current level of epic and the quick victory theory of the United States has gone bankrupt. The only real endurance race that the two sides are going to have next is a solid endurance race.

The U.S. trade war is a bluff all the time. It is being seriously hampered by the political timetable of the general election and the fears of an impending economic recession. The United States has more ambitions and concerns. Chinas strategy is simple. We dont want to fight a trade war. All counter-actions are forced. They are the inevitable result of the compulsory promotion of Chinas national sovereignty and development rights.

The U.S. side has been suffering from gains and losses, always expecting the latest pressure to frighten China, while worrying about the reactions of various indicators in the U.S. market, they are eager to see signs of Chinas submission to the U.S. China is much more calm: you hit me back, you want to fight as long as I accompany. The escalation of the trade war will certainly lead to greater losses, but when Chinese society has realized that this confrontation is related to the future and destiny of the country, these losses are for us to be willing to bear and fully affordable. In response to the announcement of new tariffs imposed by the US side, China is bound to make a new response. When the threat of the US side is translated into actual action, the Chinese countermeasure will never be absent. There are still many means in Chinas tool basket that can hurt the US side, or even make it more painful. If the United States still doubts that every move it takes is bound to be resolutely retaliated, let it review the procedure again. Sooner or later it will form a conditioned reflex. (This article was originally titled Editorial Review: Trade War Becomes Endurance Competition, Time on the Chinese side.) Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Liu Song_NBJ9949

The U.S. side has been suffering from gains and losses, always expecting the latest pressure to frighten China, while worrying about the reactions of various indicators in the U.S. market, they are eager to see signs of Chinas submission to the U.S. China is much more calm: you hit me back, you want to fight as long as I accompany. The escalation of the trade war will certainly lead to greater losses, but when Chinese society has realized that this confrontation is related to the future and destiny of the country, these losses are for us to be willing to bear and fully affordable.

In response to the announcement of new tariffs imposed by the US side, China is bound to make a new response. When the threat of the US side is translated into actual action, the Chinese countermeasure will never be absent. There are still many means in Chinas tool basket that can hurt the US side, or even make it more painful. If the United States still doubts that every move it takes is bound to be resolutely retaliated, let it review the procedure again. Sooner or later it will form a conditioned reflex.