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This publication provides a brief overview and a selective guide to resources on U.S. trade with China. The resources included address the trade situation between the two countries, the large and growing U.S. trade deficit, China's currency policy and its role in bilateral trade, and the impact of changing oil prices on the U.S. trade deficit. This guide is intended to serve as a research aid for the discovery of interesting and useful sources worldwide.

This guide also notes key statistical sources, general print and online sources, and online periodicals. Also included are links to the Library of Congress catalog allowing users to search for additional works on this topic.

U.S. Trade with China

Selected Resources

Table of Contents

U.S. Trade Deficit & China
U.S. & China Currency Policies
Oil Prices & U..S Trade Deficits
Statistical Resources
Online Periodicals
General Resources

Caption: left:
Hanjin company container ship at port in the Port of Vancouver
Courtesy of Joseph Sams.

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Gulnar Nagashybayeva, Business Reference Specialist
November 2010

Based on a guide originally prepared by
Karlygash DairabayevaEdmund Muskie Fellow, Summer 2006
Joseph Sams, Business Reference Specialist, Editor.

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