The 2018 Trade War between the United States and China debilitated the world economy. In particular, the Trade War crippled the agricultural industry and resulted in irreversible agricultural waste. Both countries should consult the World Trade Organization (WTO) and use the WTO's dispute resolution process to end the Trade War. In turn, the WTO would likely address the wrongs committed by both countries, the U.S.'s national security defense, China's usurpation of WTO regulations, and China's unusual economic structure.
Jinping and the Beanstalk: The Tale of Feuding International Giants and How the Planting of Agricultural Tariffs Cultivated a Trade War,
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