China – where nearly half of all of the world’s consumer electronics are made – is expected to be as much of a flashpoint in tonight’s presidential debate as it was in last week’s.
Will Republican Mitt Romney once again promise that on “day one” of his presidency he will call China a “currency manipulator,” enabling it to sell its goods more cheaply around the world?
Romney’s tough talk has angered the Chinese and worried some U.S. business leaders, who don’t want a trade war to start.
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