Yijia Dai 1,* , Kengcheng Zheng2
1 School of Economics and Management, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai 201701, China
2 School of business, Guilin University of Electronic Technology, Guilin 541004 China
China and the United States are two major economies in the world. The trade relations between the two countries have been in a changing form. In recent years, the Sino-US trade war has become more and more intense, which is not conducive to the peaceful and stable development of the two countries'economy and the world. In order to better study the development and changes of Sino-US trade relations, By building GM(1,1) model and AHP analysis method, this paper collects relevant data from 1999 to now, and draws the conclusion that 2007 is an important year of Sino-US trade relations. The increase of tariffs by the United States on Chinese commodities has a great impact on China's development. The tariff commodities are mainly light industrial products such as mechanical and electrical products, furniture and so on. According to the actual situation, we put forward some suggestions to promote the development of Sino-US relations.
Sino-US trade development; GM (1,1) model; AHP;
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