Lawmakers press Obama to tackle China trade practices
Mar 19, 2012 | 09:49 AM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW YORK A group of 188 lawmakers has urged President Obama to address Chinas alleged unfair trade practices, which they say are hurting the U.S. auto industry.
"Chinese auto parts exports are rapidly growing and have increased almost 900 percent since 2000," they said in a letter to the Obama administration. "We cannot wait until further damage is done."....
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