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Sen. Cotton pushes bill to revoke China’s most favored nation status

September 15, 2020
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) this week introduced a bill to annually review and, potentially, revoke China’s most favored nation status. “It would be a great point of leverage every year to make sure the Chinese Communist Party is beginning to behave like a responsible actor,” Cotton said in an interview with Fox News on Monday, saying he would introduce the bill later in the week. “They would then face the consequences of losing most favored nation status, which would mean...

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