The Danger of Over-Applying Trade Sanctions – Single User
The US-China trade war has changed the way that the US government is applying trade sanctions, a move that is expected to lead to unintended consequences. This two-page Objective Analysis Brief, excerpted from the report China’s Memory Ambitions, considers the long-term implications of trade sanctions. This is a single-user license.
The semiconductor and other businesses have successfully avoided “Dumping”, the practice of selling product below cost, through the judicious application of trade sanctions. The US-China trade war has changed that, and sanctions are being applied with less discretion, leading to unintended consequences. This Objective Analysis Brief, excerpted from the report China’s Memory Ambitions, considers the long-term implications of today’s growing application of trade sanctions.
This two-page Brief uses a graph to illustrate the rationale used in past application of sanctions.
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