Admitting China to WTO would serve U.S. interests

Weidenbaum, Murray
April 2000
Inside Tucson Business;04/24/2000, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p5
Points out the benefits to be gained by the United States from admitting China into the World Trade Organization. Granting of normal trading relationship to China; Promotion of long-term US interests; China's efforts to move out its isolationist setting.


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