Bush Trade Rep: China Policy Was 'Right on Target'Pete Engardio
Throughout her two-and-a-half-year tenure as U.S. Trade Representative, Susan C. Schwab absorbed shots from Democrats who believed she spent too much time futilely trying to negotiate new free-trade agreements while not aggressively enforcing existing rules. Under Schwab's watch, efforts to revive a new round of global trade talks failed, free-trade pacts struck with Colombia and South Korea stalled in Congress, and America's trade deficit—especially with China—soared to record heights.
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