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US-China Trade Disputes Could Grow

December 20, 2010

Gary Clyde Hufbauer says that while the specific trade disputes the United States has with China are in line with the levels experienced with other countries, those with China are likely to grow.


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Would Tariffs on Chinese Solar Panels Increase Global Warming? March 20, 2012

The Ex-Im Bank's Troubled Flight Path March 2, 2012

A US-China Trade Blowout Over Tires September 14, 2009