The Accession Of China 's Domestic Economic, Wto, And International Trading Environment

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The China case was more long and complex than most accession case due to number of reasons: firstly, the country is the largest trading nation in the world and second largest sources of the United States (U.S.) deficit, so it lured a lot attention among all current applicants for joining the WTO. The accession of China will have a significant impact on these there: the restructuring of China 's domestic economic, the WTO, and the international trading environment. In addition, the accession points out many distresses for many scholars ' and policy-makers regarding the advantages, disadvantages and future of the WTO with or without China. More importantly, the entry of China into the WTO directly affects accession of another applicant, Taiwan, which has existing unsettled disputes between both countries. Traditionally, the U.S. has a significant vote within the Working Party and within the General Council, it is fitting to examine negotiations between China and the U.S. The biggest obstacles to China 's accession currently are the issues of non-transparency and the non-market economic structures. China seems very unwilling to make acceptable concessions in the negotiation process, imposing barriers to U.S. exports, and declining to remove them in the near term. There are a few cases where political issues is the main cause of delays in the process between applicants: this had been the case in the past to some extent with the accession of China. China, because of its position

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