Since arriving in the U.S. on Tuesday, Chinese President Hu has announced $45 billion worth of deals with American companies and been the guest of honor at a White House state dinner. He has also drawn scorn from President Obama and other U.S. officials for China's human rights violations, artifically-devalued currency and discriminatory innovation policies.
"I think we're going to see a China that's going to spread its wings more, a China that is not going to be contained or pushed around," Beijing-based analyst Russell Leigh Moses told ABC News.
As China invests in American products, it is simultaneously challenging the U.S. dominated industries of aviation and space exploration. China is designing its first commercial airplane and building its own space station. In addition, it recently performed its stealth fighter test flight.
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