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2016 High Tech Trade and Export Controls

2015 High Tech Trade and Export Controls

2014 High Tech Trade Promotion and Export Controls

China is the most important import partner for the US and the third largest export destination behind only our neighbors Canada and Mexico. Bilateral trade in goods between the US and China grew from US $147 billion (RMB 889 billion) in 2002 to US $562 billion (RMB 3.4 trillion) in 2013. The total value of licensed dual-use exports from the US to China continues to grow at an even faster rate. As the US and China look tocapitalize on the potential future growth in bilateral high-tech trade, both countries have sought to improve cooperation and understanding on export controls.

2013 High-Tech Trade Promotion and Export Controls

China is the most important import partner for the US and the third most important export destination behind neighbors Canada and Mexico. Bilateral trade in goods between the US and China grew from US $147 billion in 2002 to over US $500 billion in 2011, with a CAGR of 15 percent. The total value of licensed dual-use exports from US to China grew from just over US $2 billion in 2002 to almost US $9 billion in 2011, with a CAGR of 18 percent. As the US and China look to capitalize on the potential future growth in bilateral high-tech trade, both countries should seek to improve cooperation and understanding on export controls…

2012 High-Tech Trade Promotion and Export Controls

The US and China recognize that achieving a more balanced trade relationship can advance economic growth for both countries, positively impact global economic stability, and promote international security. To achieve this objective, both countries need to improve cooperation on export controls and clearly link this cooperation to tangible increases in high-tech and strategic trade…

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