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U.S.-China Commission: Congress should reevaluate China’s PNTR status

November 15, 2022 at 12:42 PM
Congress should consider whether to revoke the permanent normal trade relations status the U.S. granted China in 2000, which cleared Beijing’s way to join the World Trade Organization, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission says in its latest annual report. The commission of outside advisers was established by Congress in 2000, shortly after the U.S. granted China PNTR status, to monitor the national security implications of the U.S.-China trade relationship and annually present Congress and the administration with recommendations...


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