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China’s rapid development has positioned the country as the second economy of the world, and today constitutes one of the most important trading partners. Nevertheless, the transformation of China has required drastic measures and the development of internal policies usually unpopular in the developed world. Human Rights are one of the major concerns and the focus of critics to the country. Relations between North American countries with China have evolved throughout time, and have been characterized for intends to reach a common understanding in political matters, and strong economic relations. The challenge now seems to be how to address the increasing dichotomy between human rights and economic interests when managing relations between United States and Canada and the Asian giant.
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