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標題: 美-中貿易競爭之結構性問題研究
A study on the Structural Problems of US-China Trade Competition
作者: 林詩凱 
Shih-Kai Lin 
關鍵字: 美-中貿易競爭;結構性經貿問題;智慧財產權;盜竊美國高科技技術;補貼國營企業;US-China trade competition;structural economic and trade problems;intellectual property rights;theft of US high-tech technology;subsidization to state-owned enterprises
Project: 全球政治評論, Issue 71, Page(s) 95-118 

On March 22, 2018, Trump signed a "Section 301" memorandum on China, kicking off the US-China trade war. The move also led to a series of measures to raise tariffs on exports to China. The US-China trade war is not just a dispute over trade frictions, but a "structural" one. In addition to the US-China trade deficit, this "structural" problem includes chronic theft of US high-tech and intellectual property rights, forcing the transfer of foreign technology to Chinese companies, China government's subsidization to state-owned enterprises and China's manipulation of the RMB. China's planned, or state-led, model of economic development has allowed Trump to seize the US-China trade issue with the term "unfair trade." It also allowed Trump to adopt "America first" and "fair trade" slogans as his approach to addressing the trade deficit, and to treat China as a key target.
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