Permanent Trade for China

NPR's Peter Kenyon reports on the status of permanent trade relations for China. Some Senators are wary of passing the bill, which they say would allow China to escape annual review of its human rights issues. Several lawmakers have proposed amendments to the bill, including Fred Thompson of Tennessee and Robert Torricelli of New Jersey.



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