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These deficits have been seen to harm the working American families especially those that are within the most affected sectors like manufacturing. These trade relations have been affected by the strained quarrels over China’s alleged manipulation of its currency and usage of industry-subsidies which are deemed illegal. This has triggered the argument within the American government that it is out of these malpractices that the United ... ... middle of paper ... ...r un-Making the entire global economic system that initially was designed and dominated by the United States since World War Two. Works Cited Holliday, Katie. “Trade gap with China costs the US $37 billion in wages”.