WASHINGTON — The Bush administration’s handling of the U.S. economic relationship with China is “in need of urgent attention and course correction,” concluded a blunt review of White House policies released Tuesday by a panel appointed by Congress.
The 267-page report issued by the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission echoes many complaints cited by business and labor groups, including U.S. textile makers, about the unfair trade practices of China. The report said the U.S. has waited long enough for China to amend its ways since joining the World Trade Organization two years ago.
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