Greg Anderson

business consultant and author

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Consultant to North American businesses considering investing in China and author of Designated Drivers: How China Plans to Dominate the Global Auto Industry

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It's a pretty reliable applause line on the campaign trail: As President I will stand up to China.

Trading Barbs over Foreign Trade

It's a pretty reliable applause line on the campaign trail: As President I will stand up to China.

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It's a pretty reliable applause line on the campaign trail: As President I will stand up to China.

Trading Barbs over Foreign Trade

It's a pretty reliable applause line on the campaign trail: As President I will stand up to China.

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