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China Sparks Product Safety Urgency

September 16, 2007

Herbert Klein
The Washington Times
September 16, 2007

Toys, toothpaste and pet foods are only a small part of the U.S.-China trade. But the angry public reaction to the sale of contaminated products demands priority attention from both nations.

Small issues can become major if not resolved quickly. In this case, the problem involves home and family. For those who argue for protectionism, China trade could be an emotional issue in what likely will be a bitter election year. If little is done, the problem can change U.S.-China relations.

Fortunately, the public uproar appears to have gained the attention of both countries.

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