The Geo-economics of U.S.-China Financial Relations: Challenges and Opportunities in a Global Context


  • Abdulgaffar Muhammad Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria
  • Micah Ezekiel Elton Mike Air force Institute of Technology, Nigeria
  • Mohammed Bello Idris Kaduna State University
  • Aisha Ahmad Ishaq
  • Igbinovia Osaretin B



: U.S.-China financial relations, Trade imbalances, Tariffs, Currency manipulation, Technology, Intellectual property


This comprehensive scholarly article critically analyzes the intricate landscape of U.S.-China financial relations, delving deep into the complex web of challenges, opportunities, and far-reaching implications within a dynamic and interconnected global context. Drawing upon a wide range of empirical studies, extensive research, and rigorous analysis, this study provides a nuanced assessment of the evolution and dynamics of economic ties between the United States and China. The article begins by examining the impact of trade imbalances, tariffs, and currency manipulation on financial flows, employing a sophisticated analytical framework to assess their implications for both countries and the global economy as a whole. Through a meticulous examination of economic data, policy measures, and market trends, the study offers a comprehensive analysis of the complex interplay between these factors and their influence on financial interactions between the two nations. Furthermore, the article delves into the intricate terrain of technology and intellectual property issues, unraveling the multifaceted challenges and opportunities that arise in this domain. By drawing upon empirical research, case studies, and industry reports, the study sheds light on the implications of technological advancements, intellectual property protection, and innovation-driven strategies on economic growth, competitiveness, and sustainable development. The analysis also extends to the realm of financial market competition and regulatory concerns, highlighting the need for effective cooperation, harmonization of regulations, and establishment of robust governance frameworks. Through an examination of regulatory policies, market structures, and international standards, the study provides insights into the implications of financial market dynamics and regulatory environments on the stability, efficiency, and resilience of the global financial system. In light of these analyses, the article presents strategic recommendations for policymakers, businesses, and investors. It emphasizes the importance of fostering an open and constructive dialogue between the United States and China, enhancing risk assessment mechanisms, promoting innovation and technological collaboration, strengthening intellectual property rights protection, facilitating cross-border investments, and promoting sustainable and responsible practices. By synthesizing these recommendations and implementing them in practice, stakeholders can effectively navigate the complexities and capitalize on the opportunities presented by U.S.-China financial relations. This will not only promote economic growth and stability but also contribute to a more balanced, mutually beneficial, and sustainable global financial system.



DOI: 10.56556/jescae.v2i3.558

How to Cite

Muhammad, A., Elton Mike, M. E., Idris, M. B., Ishaq, A. A., & B, I. O. (2023). The Geo-economics of U.S.-China Financial Relations: Challenges and Opportunities in a Global Context. Journal of Environmental Science and Economics, 2(3), 19–35.



Research Article