Although much information about the People's Republic of China has become available in recent years, little analysis has been done of the business climate in China. This is particularly true for Sino-American economic relations, an area of continuing growth and change. This article outlines the principal constraints on U.S.-China business relations and reports the experience of numerous American firms that have imported goods from or exported products to China. The author cites general optimism about the continued growth in U.S.-China trade, in both the export and import fields.
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