By  on March 18, 2008

WASHINGTON — Congress cast the spotlight back on China this month with action on product safety legislation, a move that could reignite the tense debate over the Asian economic giant's currency and trading practices.

Escalating economic uncertainties, a tight and contentious presidential race and friction over the war in Iraq have so far eclipsed the Congressional debate this year over what critics charge are China's undervalued currency and subsidized imports that adversely impact American manufacturers and workers.

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