Obama in Ohio: Why is he swiping at Mitt Romney over ... China?

Paulson, Amanda
September 2012
Christian Science Monitor;9/17/2012, pN.PAG
Bashing China plays big in this crucial battleground state. Obama claims that Mitt Romney, as a businessman, sent US jobs to China. Romney counters that Obama, as president, waited until the election to stand up to China on unfair trade practices.


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