Fighting China's Currency Manipulation
The battle for the Chinese government to revalue their currency seems neverending, but AAM in junction with nearly 30,000 emails sent from concerned citizens across the country telling Congress to stop China's cheating, has come a long way in urging policymakers to make the necessary changes for fair trade with China.
With our help, people began to pay attention to the issue. We've even argued the point against Chinese currency manipulation with The New York Times. And Senators from both parties stood up for a low-cost policy decision that they truly believed wold help save American jobs.
The Currency Reform for Fair Trade Act made it through the House, and thought the Senate hesitated in the lame duck session, we'll continue to fight for a level playing field.
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