Based largely upon Ricardo's Law/Theory of Comparative
Advantage, trade theory predicts/suggests that "It doesn't matter whether a country has high or low labor wages. In both cases, both types of countries would benefit from trading."
Address, reconcile, or explain why-at this stage in U.S.- China trade relations-the balance of trade in goods and services between the two countries appears to disproportionately favor China.
Are any non-trade benefits accruing to the U.S. that could-
in some measure–justify or rationalize the imbalance?
Don't overlook exploring the role that "opportunity cost" is likely to play–in a broader “systems” context–in Sino- American relations.
Report: Compose an APA- compliant report/paper adhering to the following format:
Feel free to use some of the following sources, in addition to other SCHOLARY SOURCES:
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