Statements and Speeches:
Jiang, Zemin, "China's WTO Membership Benefits All," May 15, 2001.
Moore, Mike, "The WTO and the New Economy," speech by the WTO Director
General, May 22, 2000. (Includes a portion on China accession.)
Ruggiero, Renato, "China and the World Trading System,"
speech by the
WTO Director General, Apr 21, 1997.
Barfield, Claude E. and Mark A. Groombridge, "Two Sides to China's Entry
into the WTO," AEI On the Issues, January 2000. Praises the
trade liberalization that will follow from China's WTO accession, but also
worries that the bilateral negotiations will lead to more managed trade.
Lardy, Nicholas R., "China's WTO Membership," Brookings Policy
Brief No. 47, Apr 1999. An early view of the problems confronting
China and the U.S. as they negotiated terms of accession.
Lieberthal, Kenneth, "U.S. Policy Toward China," Brookings Policy
Brief No. 72, Mar 2001. Clinton's China specialist lays out an agenda
for the Bush administration to deal with China.
Magnusson, Paul, "Will China Follow WTO Rules?" Business Week,
5, 2000. Discusses the difficulties to be expected in getting compliance
with the WTO agreements in China.
Williams, Brett, "China's Accession to GATT and the Control of Imports of
Goods by State Trading Enterprises in China," China and the WTO
Papers, 2000/2001, Australian National University. Provides a nice
description of how China has managed its imports, allowing more and more
entities and ultimately private firms to import, though only for their own
use. Discusses how this will fit into GATT practice and Draft Protocol