America and China Relations

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I. "America is practically owned by China," said Tom Winnifrith. II. America is not doing their duty as a country importing all of these Chinese made goods that America could make just as easily. III. I believe we have a problem with China increasing not only its exports, but also its population, economy, pollution, and military size. IV. Today, I want to talk about what should be done to keep China from taking over not only America, but the rest of the world as well.


I. In conclusion, I do not think these issues will last forever and that America will put an end to these drastic problems one way or another. II. My purpose here was to tell about my outlook on this situation and explain what I think should be done to solve these problems. III. "America won the Cold War by protecting our strategic resources from the threat of foreign control. We must bring the same attitude to our trade relationship with China." Said Jo Ann Emerson.

The United States and China’s cut backs and trade facts.

I. According to CQ Researcher, our main concern here is that we are importing way too many goods from China that can be made here in America. A. With our unemployment rate at approximately 10% I think that we should build factories and put the unemployed back to work. 1. It will cost a lot of money to build the factories, but with the money saved from not importing as many goods from China it would be a clear investment. 2. We cannot make all of our own goods, but we can cut out a lot of excess spending so we're not sending so much money to China. B. Another way to cut back spending with China is to not import anymore than we export. 1. If we export 100 billion dollars worth of goods then China shouldn't be able to import more than 100 billion dollars worth of goods, therefore we at least break even. 2. If China only imported 90 billion dollars of trade from us and America exported 100 billion...
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