The United States is the world’s largest developed country, China is the world’s largest developing countries. The two world powers with considerable international status in the international trade is a long-term trade partnership. China is one of the largest US foreign trade partners. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States, the trade relations between the two countries have been in contradiction between cooperation and confrontation, and are hovering in the contradictions between progress and stagnation.
Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States in 1979, bilateral relations have been wandering in turbulence due to various international factors. After the incident”9-11″, China was announced by the United States to permanent normal trade relations status. But because of China’s rapid development in recent years and rising status in the international circles, how can hegemonic political nature of the United States tolerate their existence of such a strong opponent? In the US policy toward China, China is actually the “potential enemy” of the United States. “Good development of trade between the two countries will bring the same good development to the economies of both countries.” Savvy of the United States know this truth, driven by strong interests, America had to bite the bullet and change the policy towards China. However the imbalance between China and the United States is a long-standing fact that the inevitable result of the development of international division of labor, in line with the fundamental rules of international resource allocation.
The two governments should conform the rules rather than violate. Careful analysis of 30-year Sino-US relationship, timely response to the Sino-US relations will contribute to good future development. And China should weaken the “special discriminatory treatment” in the transition period to pursue the status of market economy and create a win-win situation. Believe Sino – US international trade services will go towards a better and more powerful development in international trade.