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China US Relations - China’s March to Developing Countries to Upset United States

Updated on July 27, 2012

George Bush Senior and Mikhail Gorbachev

The day George Bush Senior and Mikhail Gorbachev decided to end the cold war is the day the doors were opened for China. A liberalized world trade means free world trade for the 6 billon people on planet earth. A liberalized world trade will bring efficiency and profitability to the economy but at whose expense?

How does one expect a country like United States with hourly labor pay of US$15 to compete with a country like China with hourly labor pay of $0.57? Look at the world’s largest employer, Wall Mart Store, with 2.2 million American employees all selling more than 45% of goods made in China. Can’t the populace see that something is terribly very wrong here?

China will Continue to Win Global Contracts after Contracts

Until such a time that an equilibrium is reached between the hourly pay for Chinese people and the rest of the world, China will continue to win global contracts after contracts, unless the tendering process is made impartial. The option which is there is for the United States to swallow its pride and to use its financial muscle, now - not tomorrow, to frustrate the liberalization of world trade especially with China. If United States was to go back and control its markets as they were before 1990, then the western block countries and their former colonies would preserve the markets China is taking day by day. If the western block countries do not take action now, then expect to see the real image of what China is in the near future.

China - the Lujiazui financial district of Pudong, Shanghai. This is a modern financial and commercial hub in modern day China
China - the Lujiazui financial district of Pudong, Shanghai. This is a modern financial and commercial hub in modern day China

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Does China want to Create New Slaves with the Rest of the World?

The question people are asking is what does China really want? Does China want to create new slaves with the rest of the world? The answer to this question is China does not need slaves for they have a huge population of their own. Right now, many Americans are thinking of China as a small snowball rolling down a hill getting bigger and bigger. Do not assume China and India. China and India are formidable economic competitors who will play a very significant part on the world stage unless the political class in the united state does dirty tricks which should be done now and not wait for tomorrow. Where do they think the American population is going to get jobs at US$15 per hour when Chinese men and women are asking for US$0.15 per hour? The American companies have relocated to China. What is remaining now is for the American labor force to relocate to China and seek employment there at US$0.57 per hour.

Core Job Not to Please the World

The political class in the United States should know that their core job is not to please the world but to please the American people first and foremost with plenty of well paying jobs, and to preserve the identity and dignity of their own people. Once that is achieved, then they can hold the Bible and look out of the country to see how they can help the rest of the world.

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      mintinfo 

      8 years ago

      Where China was solely interested in internal survival in the past they are now endeavoring into a new capitalist realm. The end of the cold war signaled a new beginning. Also with the fragmentation of the Soviet empire as a lesson they realize that conquering new territory doesn't help you grow. It just means that you have more mouths to feed.

      Capitalism needs to be fueled by cheap resources. Capitalists have been raping third world resources for centuries (Berlin conference 1885), slavery, and even China' cheap labor market. China unlike India is now using western tactics to further their new found world economic prominence. The west is upset but "A thief never likes to see another thief carrring a bigger bag".

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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Thank you for your very interesting opinion and know you are right. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this hub.

    • amulets profile image

      amulets 

      8 years ago from Singapore

      Thanks for the hub. Yes, I do agree that China and India will be the next fast growing countries as there are cheap labours. But with open market, everyone has a fair share in the big global pie. I believe you are capable, there is always a part of job you can have.

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