China’s Policies “Hobbling” U.S. Sales

This past Tuesday, a trade official accused China’s policies, which he claimed were “hobbling” U.S. sales, but did not ask for legislative authority to confront Beijing anew.
“Many of these troubling policies reflect China’s strengthening of state control over its economy nd a retreat from its initial strong push to liberalize markets in the first years after its World Trade Organization accession,” said Demetrios Marantis, Deputy U.S. Trade Representative.
According to Marantis, the Obama Administration is “working day and night” to deal with numerous concerns in foreign firms.
“Our approach is founded on proven, vigorous enforcement and results-oriented dialogue,” he said.