Umm, sure, that will really help domestic U.S. manufacturers...

Posted by scapozzola on 01/30/2013

The U.S.-China Business Council has released a 28-point report on specific recommendations to improve economic relations between the two countries.

Interestingly, the report doesn’t mention China's ongoing currency manipulation.  That shouldn't be a surprise, however, since the Council's members benefit from Beijing's policy of deliberately undervaluing its currency.

Read the report.

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