That may be true, but the benefits are mutual and the trade isn't as lop-sided in China's favour as the pro-Chinese retards on these threads would have you think. They would have you believe that China and only China benefits from trade agreements with other nations when that is simply not reality. Countries only import what they really need and right now China provides cheap products. Don't expect that in the future IF the Chinese economy holds up (That's a big if) because labour wages will pretty much even out so why should a country import from China when the cost of the product is the same as their own country. Many American companies are going back home. Why? Because the labour their has become cheaper and there isn't so much red tape and hassle. That's only one of many examples I could give you.<quoted text>
In most of those countries you mentioned, their largest trading partner today is China.
Economics and the wealth of nations is like a game of monopoly. Have you ever played the board game MONOPOLY? If you ever have then can you tell me the last time there was ever a clear winner? Answer: There never has been. No one ever wins...it's a game of ups and downs and when you are tired of playing you simply fold the board and stop...and maybe continue playing the next day. Seriously, who ever won a game of monopoly? It's impossible.