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Teamsters John Mazzola, left, and Angelo Rivera, joined thousands of AFL-CIO members on Capitol Hill April 12 to protest against granting permanent normal trade relations status to China. (CORBIS)
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 Sen. Larry E. Craig (R-Idaho), Chairman of the Republican Policy Committee (05/19/00)
 Lori Wallach, Director of Global Trade Watch (05/18/00)
 Noam Chomsky, Author and Critic of U.S. Foreign Policy (05/16/00)
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 Yes, More Trade With China, commentary by Bill Gates (05/23/00)
 A Vote for Freedom..., commentary by Newt Gingrich (05/22/00)
 ... Or Big Business? commentary by Jerome I. Levinson (05/22/00)
 Say No to China, commentary by Jim Hoagland (05/21/00)
 A 'Junket' That Paid Off, commentary by David S. Broder (05/21/00)
 Imports Are Good For You, commentary by Sebastian Mallaby (05/09/00)
 3-Strikes Test for the WTO, commentary by Bob Dole (05/08/00)
On the Web
Web Links Global Trade Watch: 'No PNTR for China'
 AFL-CIO: 'No Blank Check for China'
 White House China Trade Relations Working Group
 U.S. China Business Council
 Business Coalition for U.S.-China Trade
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Note to Readers:
This special report is an archive of China's bid for admission to the World Trade Organization.

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