How long before disgruntled Chinese manufacturers band together and lobby the government for help?
Let’s keep it real. As ridiculous and misleading as China bashing is, it currently resonates with unemployed, pissed off American voters.
If only Americans stopped buying products from abroad, the trade deficit would go away and unemployment would fall rapidly. Works for North Korea, why not the U.S.?
Critics of US-China trade probably shouldn’t rely on statistics from industries that literally hid behind unfair import quotas for decades.
Terrorist attacks, train wrecks and a looming crisis in the bond market. Gotta love lazy summer weekends.
Heartwarming stories about manufacturers “coming home” might make us feel warm and fuzzy, but the real world is slightly more complicated.
Conservatives must think that everyone loves free trade, and that we don’t need trade assistance spending to soften the blow.
The negative effects of US-China trade might be more significant than we thought, but will trade critics also acknowledge the gains?
As I suspected, everything from obesity to ADD is China’s fault, and America is the victim.
New survey data. Here’s the summary: Most Chinese college graduates in 2009 were not well prepared for the workplace, lacking in professional skills. They found little room for career development and were also constrained by low pay in their jobs, according to a recent survey. My guess is that this is an attempt to explain…