March 15, 2012

Rare Earths Reveal U.S. Hypocrisy

Chen Weihua, China Daily


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US President Barack Obama announced on Tuesday that the United States, joined by Japan and the European Union, has filed complaints with the World Trade Organization over China's rare earth export quotas.

He said this as an effort to give "American workers and American businesses a fair shot in the global economy".

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TAGGED: Environmental Issue, President Obama, China, Rare Earths

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