Freeman

IN BRIEF

China’s Doldrums Put Pressure on U.S. Exporters

OCTOBER 23, 2012

“Even as the presidential candidates try to outdo each other in promising to get tough on Chinese exports to protect American jobs, experts say the more immediate threat to American workers may actually be the slowing of sales to China, which has bid up the price of much of what the United States sent overseas in recent years.” (New York Times)

Hold on a second—trade goes two ways?

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