TENSE U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS FIXABLE?
During last week's meeting of the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce, Dean Rusk Center Director C. Donald Johnson, serving as lead speaker, speculated that the U.S. and China might file complaints challenging each other's trade policies. However, Johnson said, Chinese companies should still be encouraged to enter the U.S., as investing here could produce jobs and ease tensions between the two countries. To read the complete story, see GlobalAtlanta.com . The article title is "U.S.-China poised on collision course due to trade differences." It was published on 4/8/06, and the author is Nema Etheridge.
"TENSE U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS FIXABLE?" (2006). In The News. Paper 385.