Shou'en Li
Unless extreme scenarios, such as a hot war between the US and China, or termination of formal diplomatic relations between the two sides, China won’t ban actively and unilaterally any American enterprises who operate legally in China, and won’t step over the redline of China’s core interests, for example, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang, Tibet, etc.
If the US wants to go back to its isolation, it’s their choice.
But in a globalized world of today, no country can really go back to the days of absolute self-reliance on each and everything it needs.
Just like we need professionals to do professional job, for example, we need teachers to educate our kids, we need doctors to cure our diseases, we need lawyers to engage in lawsuits; we need scientists to develop new technologies;
Likewise, different nations have different natural endowment, some might rich in minerals, some might rich in forests, some might rich in fishery resourses, some might rich in tourism attractions, some might suitable for agricultural produce; also different nations have different industrial strengthes, or have special talents in certain fields based on its own development history.


So, this explains why nearly all the nations have joined in the globalization in the past several decades. And undoubtedly most of the nations and their peoples have benefited from the process.
But each coin has two sides, no exception to globalization.
Then should we discard it totally just because few of the participants suffered certain losses? And was it really the globalization to take all the blame?
China, is undeniably one of the beneficiaries of the globalization, but with some prices, for example, serious air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, etc.
And China sees that globalization will continue to bring more benefits to not only itself, but also to other participants.
So, China will definitely continue to open its door to other nations and welcome their companies, including the US and its enterprises; and it will also continue to go out, to bring Chinese investments, skills, technologies to the places where they are in need.