Mitt Romney’s Jobs Plan: Calling out China
Mitt Romney released his Jobs Plan (“Believe in America”) this week, coming on the heels of rival Jon Huntsman’s release. It’s a wide-ranging document, covering which regulations to roll back, overhauling the corporate tax structure, expanding free trade agreements, and - most importantly – confronting China’s unfair trade.
Romney supports naming China a currency manipulator, and promises to do so on his first day in office. He pledges to consider sanctions and tariffs, use the U.S. Trade Representative to pursue cases, and support stronger inspections for imports.
He’s the first official candidate to call out China’s currency cheating, and we hope that others follow his lead. If you want to create American jobs, force China to play fair.
Read the full plan here.