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Should Canada and the US trade with China With all the civil rights abused in China should the Canada and the US be trading with them In the view of one side we should not trade with China because of these abused rights It is thought that if we stop all trade with them we will have an impact on their economy and they will at least cut down on their civil rights abuses in order to regain our trade and economy But the view of the other side believes that if we keep trade with China we can have an impact on their abuses through political pressure Which side is correct It is argued that trade with China is not helping the to eliminate their abuse on civil rights rather supporting them because we are not penalizing them for their abuses only doing what they want investing money into their economy The question could be raised is about how important trade with China is to our economy and with China being twenty five percent of the worlds population it is a very big market and we gain plenty from this market so how can we afford to miss out on this market So how does trading with China help to eliminate the civil rights abuse When our Priminister or the United States president go to China to talk about trade issues or to have other political meetings they also plan their trip to include talking to China about their civil rights abuse This is one way that we can put political pressure on China This leaves us with the question of weather or not these talks actually accomplish any thing After all when we talk to them about the abuse instead of pulling out some of the investments in their economy do they just listen and tell us what we want to hear for the time or do these talks effect them Say
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