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Negotiation and Ratification: Hurdles Remain for China Talks and the USMCA
By Advisor Perspectives
- Dealing With China
- Is The USMCA On Its Way?
To obtain an economics degree at the University of Chicago, students were required to take a year-long course in the history of a non-Western civilization. Economics is a social science, after all, and business cultures can vary widely from place to place.
I elected to study Far Eastern civilization, primarily because Japan was rising as a business power when I attended college. Back then, there were suggestions that Japan would one day eclipse the United States, and I wanted to understand the secrets of its success. China, by contrast, was still seen as a backward country that, while rich in history, was poor economically. How times have changed.
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