US-China group urges ‘constructive’ trade talks
Apr 14, 2011 | 11:25 AM
| Maria Guzzo
PITTSBURGH The US-China Business Council is recommending Congress continue a constructive dialogue with China to support a U.S. economic agenda that includes increasing resources to help small businesses export to China, pressing China to allow U.S. service companies to operate in China and making it easier for China to buy goods from the United States.
But when good-faith dialogue with China fails to resolve problems, the United States should employ existing, legally sound trade remedies to end disputes, the organization said.
The USCBC issued a report this week on what it believes are the best ways to manage the increasingly important economic relationship with China. ....
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