Workers make stuffed toys for export inside a factory in China’s Shandong province in June 2018. Toys continue to be one of the top US imports from China. Photo: Reuters
Workers make stuffed toys for export inside a factory in China’s Shandong province in June 2018. Toys continue to be one of the top US imports from China. Photo: Reuters
Dominic Ng
Opinion

Opinion

Dominic Ng

Keeping US doors open to Chinese imports and investment need not compromise national security

  • The US must recognise the benefits to American workers from trade and investment with China and understand that the bulk of US-China economic engagement is irrelevant to national security concerns
  • Even in sectors where there may be potential risks, Washington has tools to mitigate them

Workers make stuffed toys for export inside a factory in China’s Shandong province in June 2018. Toys continue to be one of the top US imports from China. Photo: Reuters
Workers make stuffed toys for export inside a factory in China’s Shandong province in June 2018. Toys continue to be one of the top US imports from China. Photo: Reuters
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