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United States Increases Exports to China

World Journal, Posted: Sep 19, 2008

NEW YORK -- Since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2000, the United States' export to China has doubled every year according to statistics from the National Committee on US-China Trade. The World Journal reports the United States export to China was 16 billion US dollars in 2000, and increased to 65 billion US dollars in 2007. During that same period of time, the United States increased its export to other countries by an average of 44 percent. China has become the third highest country, that the United States exports most commodities to, following Canada and Mexico. John Frisbie, Chairman of the US-China Business Council pointed out that Chinas export to the United States should not be the only topic that people pay attention to in the US-China business relationship.

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