How did the open door policy affect u. s policy in asaia in the coming years


Assuming that this is referring to the same list of options that was posted before with this question, the correct response would be the last one, having to do with the fact that after this policy was implemented, there were practically no restrictions on which European country could do business with China, since no nation wanted to "miss out". 

The Open Door policy was a statement of principles initiated by the United States in 1899 and 1900. It called for protection of equal privileges for all countries trading with China and for the support of Chinese territorial and administrative integrity.

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The open door policy stimulated trade and maintained the influence of foreign powers in china


The Open Door policy stimulated trade and maintained the influence of foreign powers in China.



The Open Door Policy initiated by the U.S to protect the equal privileges of all countries during trading with china. That is the equivalent commercial conditions have to exist in China like other great powers.

It enabled the U.S. to extend its markets for industrial goods. It was distributed among countries like Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia Italy, and Japan.

This policy founded with British business practices, which were considered in commercial negotiations with the Qing Dynasty after the 1st Opium War.

The Open Door policy stimulated trade and maintained the influence of foreign powers in China.


The Open Door Policy postulated that the same commercial conditions should exist in China for all the great powers. Based on the Unequal Treaties signed between China and the great powers (Great Britain, France, United States, Russia, Japan, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Spain and Netherlands) there would be unrestricted access to Chinese commercial markets for this countries.

This policy originated with British commercial practices, which were reflected in commercial treaties with the Chinese Qing Dynasty after the First Opium War (1839-1842).

The correct answer is A. “The open door policy  simulated trade and maintained the influence of foreign powers in China”

its D


Dno open door policy didnt affecr china because it can also make america more popular or more richer

Explanation:because it can make the open door policy a negociation by the other country

The Open Door Policy's impacts lasted for decades, and it had three major impacts: Increased Chinese backlash against foreigners. Chinese and American conflict with Japan. Increased US interest in East Asia. Hope this helped!

This policy kept the United States from getting involved outside of China. I believe this policy was very important in the U.S.

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