End of 2001, China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO). Defines the conditions for China’s accession agreement to its compliance record about two years later. Explains why key stakeholders such as businesses, trade unions and other governments, either preferred or China’s entry into WTO over. It also provides historical background on China’s foreign economic relations, especially trade relations with the United States. Also covers recent changes in China’s dome … Read more »

End of 2001, China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO). Defines the conditions for China’s accession agreement to its compliance record about two years later. Explains why key stakeholders such as businesses, trade unions and other governments, either preferred or China’s entry into WTO over. It also provides historical background on China’s foreign economic relations, especially trade relations with the United States. Also covers recent changes in China’s domestic economy, including discussion of his new political leadership.
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Regina Abrami
Source: HBS
30 pages.
Release date: 05 April 2004. Prod #: 704041-PDF-ENG
China and the WTO: Doing the Right Thing? HBR case solution

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