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CSPAN
Jul 22, 2017 6:34am EDT
target for the countervailing duties so for the united states that is an anti-china policy. even though the export growth has been tremendous and by estimates about 9% of imports from china or through these policies. even with those imports from china it is not true. they have been in used with those reports from china. there are problems we can attribute to china. but these are just symptoms of deeper problems it is fundamentally a different type of the economy there was an exhortation to be more market to oriented but has not have been automatically superior at critical juncture about what to do about the fact it is not a market economy. so those would have been there during that election. so does side mentioned others have used countervailing duties. the trouble administration means is that use with that political rhetoric because they typically fly into the radar is in something that generates a lot of attention. the conversation and has changed that the most recently but against canada and mexico and the political escalation the secretary of commerce that is rather unprecede
CSPAN
Jul 24, 2017 10:07pm EDT
much. with one exception. the exception is to deal with imports from china. so the main target of the united states' use of both anti-dumping and also counter veiling duties since china's accession into the wto in 2001 has basically been china. so really, for the united states, the trade remedy policies have been kind of an anti-china policy to deal with imports coming in from china. and even though china's export growth has been tremendous, you know, and by my estimates as of the end of 2016, about 9% of u.s. imports from china are being dealt with through these types of policies. so the claims by the trump administration that no previous administrations had ever done anything about imports from china is patently untrue. you know, dating back to the bush administration, certainly under the obama administration. these policies have been used to slow down imports from china. now, there are current problems in the global economy that we can attribute some of them to china. so we can talk about the over capacity problem in steel. the over capacity problem in aluminum. but these are r
CSPAN
Aug 8, 2017 6:34pm EDT
. we have not used them all that much. with one exception. that is to deal with imports from china. the main target of the united states use of antidumping and countervailing duties since the wto in 2001 has basically been china. for the united states these trade remedy policies have been an anti- china policy to do with imports coming in from china. even though the export growth has been tremendous, and by estimates as the end of 2016, about 9% of u.s. imports from china are being dealt with through these types of policies. these claims by the trump administration that no previous administration has done anything about imports from china is untrue. getting back to the bush administration, these policies have been used to slow down imports from china. now, there are current problems in the global economy that we can attribute some to china. we can talk about the overcapacity problem in steel, and alumina. but they're just symptoms of deeper problems which are china is a different type of economy than the united states, western europe, market oriented communities. when they came in
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)