Bill Primosch

Senior Director of International Business Policy, National Association of Manufacturers

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Senior Director for International Business Policy for the National Association of Manufacturers, which represents 11,000 American manufacturers

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Confidence in the label "Made in China" is crucial to that nation's economic expansion.  Back in August, the international safety scare had caught the attention of Chinese officials. …

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Unsafe tires. Tainted food and toothpaste. Millions of toys with lead paint and tiny magnets.

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Unsafe tires. Tainted food and toothpaste. Millions of toys with lead paint and tiny magnets.

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