In July 2018, academic Xu Zhangrun said the trade war had revealed fundamental weaknesses in China`s political system, criticizing Chinese leader Xi Jinping for his “excessive pride” and “vanity policy.”   The United States and China have several unresolved issues regarding bilateral trade between the two countries. The trade deficit between China and the United States has increased significantly, with the volume of imports from China growing much faster than U.S. exports to China. This large trade deficit was a matter of concern to both economists and policymakers. Some argue that this is an indicator of China`s unfair trade practices, while others attribute the imbalance to the strength of China`s economy and production systems, which are heavily influenced by state intervention. The Trump administration has put in place several tariffs measures to reduce the trade imbalance. The president`s approach could pay off politically. He will engage in a re-election campaign with China`s commitment to strengthen intellectual property protection, make large purchases of U.S. products, and track other economic changes that benefit the U.S. economy.
Minxin Pei, a scholar of Chinese politics at Claremont McKenna College in California, argued that Xi`s ambition for China`s renaissance as a world power had been unmasked as hollow by the continued trade conflict.  7. See Interim Report on the Economic and Trade Agreement between the United States of America and the People`s Republic of China: Agriculture Trade, October 23, 2020. This report contains data on planned U.S. exports — not actual U.S. exports, as stated in the trade agreement`s legislation — based on weekly data on sales of certain agricultural products reported to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. “I don`t see what would benefit China from non-compliance. I guess that won`t happen,” said Vaughn, a business partner at the Washington law firm King and Spalding. The deal signed Wednesday contains some victories for Mr.
Trump: China has pledged to buy an additional $200 billion in U.S. goods and services by 2021 and to act against trade practices that the Trump administration has criticized. But the text of the agreement does not provide enough information to determine how it will work in practice, and it is unclear whether China will interpret it differently from the United States. At the beginning of July 2018, tariffs have already yielded negative and positive results in the economy, with a number of sectors recording employment growth, while others were planning to lay off it.  Regional commentators found that consumer products were most likely to be affected by tariffs. When costs would increase was uncertain, as companies had to determine whether they could maintain a rate increase without passing on the costs to consumers.  In an April 2018 Article in Forbes, Harry G. . . .