Monthly Archives: October 2012

U.S. – China Litigation in the WTO — What Does the Record Show for Obama and Bush?

 U.S.-China trade relations have become a leading foreign policy and trade issue in the 2012 presidential campaign, as demonstrated by the candidates’ statements throughout the presidential debates. What does the WTO data show? President Obama’s administration has filed more cases … Continue reading

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New Trade Developments and the U.S. — Careful Examination Needed.

A host of new trade developments recently have raised issues of U.S. national interests, national security, foreign investment, and issues of U.S. regulations. The represent a very dynamic and fluid situation that bears carefull  examination in this election season and … Continue reading

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National Security and Chinese Investment — Presidential Politics?

Two recent actions by the United States, one by President Obama and another by the House Intelligence Committee raise the issue again of China – U.S. trade relations and national security. ….. President Obama ordered a Chinese firm to divest ownership in … Continue reading

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