Post-Mao China and U.S.-China Trade

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Post-Mao China and U.S.-China Trade

Edited by Shao-chuan Leng
University Press of Virginia, 1978
156 pp. $9.95

A solid collection of essays on Chinese-U.S. trade prospects. Robert Dernberger is pessimistic about the likelihood of a significant increase in Chinese exports to the United States even considering the possibility of Chinese oil being exported to the United States or of China's being granted most-favored-nation status.

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