U.S.-China Economic Relations: Present and Future

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Special Note

The papers in this volume were prepared for the conference on "United States--China Economic Relations: Present and Future," which was held at Fudan University in Shanghai, March 28-April 1, 1988. Following the events in and near Tiananmen Square on June 3-4, 1989, and the subsequent developments, we reflected on the possibility that the papers were essentially out of date and that there would be little to be gained from their publication. However, it was decided that the contrary view had much to recommend it, namely, that the papers could provide a useful picture of how economic relations between the two countries stood before Tiananmen Square. Revising the papers seemed not only burdensome for the authors but unwise, because the revisions would not have the benefit of further conference discussions among all the participants.

Professor Robert Scalapino had presented a paper at the conference on "The Political Context of U.S.-PRC Relations." Since the political environment was changed so substantially by the events flowing from the turmoil of early June, 1989, Professor Scalapino considered that paper especially outdated and suggested that it be omitted from this volume. The remainder of the papers, focusing on economic topics, we hope are instructive in portraying the status of economic relations as of late 1987 and early 1988, when the papers were prepared, discussed, and revised by the authors.

Richard H. Holton

August 1989

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