When China recorded an 11.9 percent growth rate in the first quarter of 2010, many countries believe it would be fair to share the growth of the economy by appreciating the Yuan. However, China did not find any reasons to do so then.
It is well known that China accumulates vast quantities of foreign exchange reserves as part of its strategy for routing the yuan exchange rate, and that it prevents the US, Japan or the European Central Bank from retaliating by prohibiting foreigners from investing in any significant yuan assets. One solution that would not break any international commitments would be for the US and Japan to declare that they will henceforth only allow the sale of their public debt to countries whose public debt US and Japanese residents are also allowed to buy and hold.
Chinese has adopted a free-market strategy unlike the communist form of economic in the Marxism-Leninism Theory. Having lesser state-owned enterprises and encouraged foreign investment has helped to raise living standards in China.
However, the political structure of China might not work in European countries, North America and other highly developed countries. This is because the political structure still lacks freedom of the people, which countries that are more advanced would not like. The party control over the state is rather tight when comparing itself to the democratic countries.
Trade policies can hurt or help an economy. Though allowing cheap Chinese exports flood the market permits consumers to purchase services or goods at low prices, some argue this trade relationship depends on the U.S. debt problems with China.(责任编辑：BUG)