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04 Oct 2010
Report on US Export Competitiveness in China
by Dragon Team, dragonbn.com
A report published by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai says that US exporters are losing market share in China and that the US government must take action to increase US competitiveness.
"The U.S. ranks number 12 out of the top 21 nations and regions competing for export sales to China," says the report. "The findings… provide alarming evidence that the US is falling behind the competition in China."
US goods exports to China roughly doubled over the five year period between 2004 and 2008 and since 2000 have grown 330 percent. In the first six months of 2010, China’s imports grew 50 percent.
You can download the 28-page report, US Export Competitiveness in China: Winning in the World’s Fastest-Growing Market, at:
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