U.S. and China Get Closer … But Keep Their Distance – Pacific Time

Pacific Times on KQED had a report tonight about U.S.-China relations:

Capitalists see China, with its 1.3 billion people, as a market hungry for goods and services. But it’s also a source of worry for those competing with the world’s largest factory. Thirty-six years after President Nixon visited China, you can now catch a nonstop flight between Washington, D.C., and Beijing. But American politicians have created a great wall of their own. [Download audio here]

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