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Senators probe how to rein in Chinese trade practices

November 29, 2018 at 4:43 PM
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee this week discussed how the U.S. should address controversial Chinese trade practices, and whether multilateral economic institutions were effectively working to ensure all countries were abiding by the same rules. Sen. Todd Young (R-IN), during a Nov. 27 hearing on multilateral economic institutions and U.S. foreign policy, said the U.S. should continue to support and lead global economic frameworks. Otherwise, he said, “other nations will step forward and replace us, namely China.” “In a vacuum...

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