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VOA's Mandarin Service
October 27, 2012 12:41 PM
China Policy has played a role in US presidential debates for decades, and continues to do so today. President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney agree China needs to play by the rules when it comes to trade. They differ on whether the U.S. should be more aggressive when it comes to enforcing those rules. In this report produced by VOA's Mandarin Service and narrated by Amy Katz we take a look at the bi-lateral issues in the 2012 Presidential election.

Candidates Differ on Handling China's Rise

VOA's Mandarin Service

Published October 27, 2012

China Policy has played a role in US presidential debates for decades, and continues to do so today. President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney agree China needs to play by the rules when it comes to trade. They differ on whether the U.S. should be more aggressive when it comes to enforcing those rules. In this report produced by VOA's Mandarin Service and narrated by Amy Katz we take a look at the bi-lateral issues in the 2012 Presidential election.


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