Thursday, October 28, 2010

The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) will release its 2010 Annual Report to Congress on November 17th

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This year’s report will cover recent developments in the U.S.-China trade and economic relationship; implications of U.S. debt to China; China’s role in the WTO; China’s growing air and missile capabilities; China’s role in Asia, including Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan; China’s environmental and green energy policies; U.S. and Chinese efforts to promote solar and wind energy manufacturing; China’s domestic internet censorship practices; and the external implications of China’s internet related activities.
Related: Project On National Security Reform Vision Working Group Report and Scenarios

Testimony of eMOTION! Publisher Myron D. Stokes During 2006 Hearings CHINA'S IMPACT ON THE U.S. AUTO AND AUTO PARTS INDUSTRIES (Page 174) (note: Site may request download permission)