A Perspective on CHN-US Trade Relations Based on the Perspective of the New Crown Epidemic

Authors

  • Chengshuang Lv
  • Caihui Wang
  • Jiaojiao Xu

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v2i3.194

Keywords:

COVID-19, CHN-US trade relations, CHN-US trade war, Towards, Community of human destiny

Abstract

The Covid-19 pneumonia epidemic has broken out and spread in more than 215 countries, with more than 7 million confirmed cases worldwide, which will definitely have a huge negative impact on the global economy, and it has also given birth to populism and trade protectionism in some countries such as the United States. In particular, the trade friction between China and the United States has not been completely resolved, and the direction of the trade relationship has become an important issue in the post-epidemic era. Using retrospective research methods, dynamic analysis methods, and path analysis methods, we discovered the uncertainties in Sino-US trade relations under the epidemic. In the post-epidemic era, Sino-US trade relations will show long-term trade disputes, accompanied by complex politicization and normalization of talks while fighting. However, Sino-US trade is highly interdependent and cannot be divided. Therefore, China upholds to jointly build a community with a shared future for mankind, comprehensively deepens reform and opening up, adheres to dialogue and consultation, stabilizes the ballast of economic and trade relations, crosses the "Thucydides trap", and implements the strategy of expanding domestic demand to take the lead in restoring the economy during the epidemic. Responding to the trade war provoked by the United States against China also provides reference for in-depth research on trade-related theories.

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Published

15 December 2021

How to Cite

Lv, C., Wang, C., & Xu, J. (2021). A Perspective on CHN-US Trade Relations Based on the Perspective of the New Crown Epidemic. Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 2(3), 58–61. https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v2i3.194

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