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The Trump administration's most significant and lasting decisions will be about U.S. policy toward China.Twenty-five years ago, China made up less than 2 percent of global GDP.Already, nine of the 20 most valuable technology companies in the world are based in China.The Trump administration has many of the right instincts on China. Others, like trade adviser Peter Navarro, would prefer that the U.S. and China were far less intertwined.History tells us that if China is indeed now the United States' main rival for superpower status, the best way to handle such a challenge lies less in tariffs and military threats and more in revitalization at home.If China is a threat, that's the best response.
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