From: Industry Today
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Is It China's Turn To Be Dumped On?
Date: Wed May 28 17:59:33 MDT 2014


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Is it China's turn to be dumped on?

China has long been problematic to U.S. auto manufacturers for violating rules of trade in its automotive sector by subsidizing auto parts and blocking U.S. exports, which has harmed the nation's auto workers and businesses. Consider: More than 400,000 jobs in the U.S. auto supply chain have been lost since 2000, and another 1.6 million U.S. jobs are at risk, unless China's illegal trading practices are curtailed, according to three separate reports released by the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM).





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