Overall, the U.S. and China stand in opposition in many aspects. Prevalently conservative, traditional and hierarchical, China stands as a rather challenging counterpart to the individualistic and democratic United States. Coincidentally, both countries prioritize different values, especially in politics and economy – while the U.S. focuses on high productivity in short time, China emphasizes long-term progress and development as a fundamental strategy for establishing itself as a global power. These differences were often challenging in the states’ relations, and have resulted in a trade war that is still ongoing. The U.S. is trying to compete with China by imposing tariffs on Chinese goods, while its national economy is affected by the trade war too. China is strenuously fighting back, also imposing tariffs on the import of U.S. goods to the country.
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