The Review — 05/06/2018 at 11:00

Rising US-China Concerns: What’s at Stake


The US-China trade relationship is about more than just trade. While the proposed tariffs on China’s exports into the US represent an effort to correct the trade imbalance between the two countries, the investment relationship between the two countries is just as important, says Faryar Shirzad, global co-head of the Office of Government Affairs at Goldman Sachs. Bilateral investment, particularly for the US, is key because it creates jobs and improves two-way trade, he notes. “To the extent to which the tensions between the US and China impede further investment, it actually frustrates the goal of the US policymakers, because it becomes harder for the US to sell the things that it has a comparative advantage in.”

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