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September 17, 2012 AT 12:00 am

Election Ads Seek to Politicize China Manufacturing

Election Ads Seek to Politicize China Manufacturing @ NYTimes.com.

United States-China relations continue to surface as an issue on the campaign trail, particularly in battleground states like Ohio where manufacturing is a major force in the local economy. Now both President Obama and Mitt Romney are running television commercials that trade accusations over who is softer on China, and who is more to blame for sending American jobs there.

Interesting to see this as an issue in the upcoming US election.


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1 Comment

  1. And just how many jobs did the Romnoid send China’s way when he ran Bain Capital? Conveniently left that bit out, didn’t he.

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