International policy of the PRC in the 50-80s

With the onset of reforms, China normalized relations with the USSR. He strives to pursue a balanced policy, avoid tough external obligations, and maintain trade and economic relations with all countries of the world. After the annexation of Hong Kong to China, the degree of China’s participation in the system of the international division of labor increased significantly. In value terms, its foreign trade turnover reached 40% of GDP. At the same time, 74% of Chinese exports are labor-intensive manufactured goods (in 1975, their share in exports was only 36%).
China has developed especially close relations with neighboring states declaring their adherence to socialist principles. In the 1980s. China’s relations with Vietnam were normalized, which also embarked on the path of implementing market reforms while maintaining the leading role of the ruling party. Traditionally since the early 1950s. China maintained friendly relations with North Korea, which sought to build socialism with Korean characteristics, in many respects close to the model of society that Mao Zedong sought to implement during the Great Leap Forward.

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