March 14, 2012

We Can't Afford Trade War With China

Yuan and Holder, OregonLive


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Declaring that every $1 billion in new exports creates 5,400 jobs, Portland's business leaders are launching a new effort to promote their products and services overseas. Seeking to boost Oregon's exports, Gov. John Kitzhaber recently led a trade delegation to Asia.

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