1. The US should cancel the limits on high-tech exports to China, and allow China to acquire advanced technology and high-tech companies from the US
2. The US needs to open its financial system to Chinese financial institutions, allowing all Chinese financial firms to open branches and develop business in the US
3. The US should not prevent Europe from canceling the ban against selling weapons to China
4. The US should stop selling military weapons to Taiwan
5. The US should loosen its limits on numbers of Chinese tourists and allow them to travel freely to the US
6. The US should never restrain China’s exports to the US and force RMB appreciation in the name of domestic protectionism and employment pressure
Given the relationship between government and journalism in China, I half-suspect that the article may have had input, shall we say, from official sources. Looking at the implications of these demands, we may begin to tremble.
Below, I put in graph from the statistics quoted in that article. To my layman's mind, it's clear that bailouts transferring debt from other piles to the national pile, are a waste of time: it's debt cancellation that's needed.