China’s energy and commerce sectors have been among the world’s most valuable, with an estimated $2 trillion in revenue in the year ended March 31, according to a new study.
The value of those investments, which are spread across more than 2,000 companies, is estimated at $1.2 trillion.
And they represent a large portion of China’s overall economic output, accounting for more than one-fifth of GDP, the research said.
The report, published Monday by Bloomberg Intelligence, is based on a series of surveys of energy and trade experts conducted by the U.S.-China Business Council, a Washington-based think tank that advocates for Chinese-American ties.
It said the energy sector accounts for almost $1 trillion of China-U.S. trade.
“It’s a very important part of the economy and of the U:S.
economy, and that’s something that’s not often discussed in the media,” said Adam J. Goldstein, the director of the Council’s energy program.
“So I think this is a big deal.”
The energy sector has been a source of tension between China and the U, and there have been several high-profile skirmishes between Beijing and Washington over energy investments.
In February, the Chinese government announced a $1 billion loan guarantee to U.K. energy company EDF to help bolster its operations.
EDF was founded in 2001 and was one of the first Chinese companies to establish operations in the U., and it was one the first American companies to invest in China.
The Chinese government has also been vocal in its criticism of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which includes a controversial deal between the U-S.
and 11 other countries.
U.N. officials have said the pact is likely to have a significant impact on China’s economy.
The energy industry accounts for about 10% of China GDP, but it accounts for only about 1% of U.T. trade, the study said.
A key concern for U.U. ties has been the rise of China as a global economic power.
It has become the world leader in the manufacturing of semiconductors, semiconducted electronics and other components, and it has also become a global manufacturing hub, with nearly 40% of global semiconductor production.
The U.W. is also the world champion in the aerospace industry, and China has invested heavily in the military and is currently building a fleet of military aircraft that could one day carry nuclear weapons.
The study also noted that China has also increased its influence in U.O.O.-related trade, with a large number of Chinese companies taking advantage of U:O.A. rights in trade deals and setting up their own companies in the region.
The new study focuses on the U.:O.
trade and investment, which is estimated to total more than $3 trillion in goods and services, according the UW study.
About two-thirds of U.:Os.
are made in the United States, but they also include products made in China, India, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam.