Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Setting economic policy for Canada's west

China Cheats: Push May Come To Shove, Robert Borosage, Campaign for America's Future
"China cheats – it openly flouts trade laws – and routinely denies it. It restricts access to its markets, forces companies that want to sell in China to transfer technology and manufacture there, and then often steals the technology. It purposefully underprices its currency to keep the down the price of its exports. When it targets an industry as strategic, it employs a range of subsidies, directed procurement, and trade maneuvers to capture market share.

"China cheats and everyone knows it
..."
Robert L. Borosage is founder and president of the Institute for America’s Future and co-director of the Campaign for America’s Future, organizations launched by 100 prominent Americans for progressive change.


Recommend this post

1 comment:

  1. CSIS Fadden, did warn to watch our for China, encroaching on our country. He named BC and Ontario, that were the worst provinces.

    Campbell did give China our mills and raw logs. 141,00 BC mill workers lost their jobs.

    Prince Rupert, enlarged the port to accommodate the large freighters from China. The CNR freights the goods to an expanded rail yard, where the Chinese goods are stored, until they switch the goods in the yard, out to wherever.

    We all know what Harper is doing to sell us out to China. Harper and Campbell were working on this, for a long time. Then China bought a huge chunk of the dirty tar sands. Now the push is on. Harper wants to force the BC citizens and the F.N. into the Enbridge pipeline and the dirty oil tankers.

    Everything done, is done with China in mind. Even for goods into the U.S. Mind you, right now Obama is mad at China and Iran. Which master will Harper serve, China or the U.S?

    ReplyDelete

COMMENTING

This is an archive only of items published before April 22, 2016. These and newer articles are available at:

https://in-sights.ca/

If you read an article at this blogger site, you can comment on it at the new site.

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.