Should President Obama be tougher on China - economic and some issues?
Last June 2012, Obama filed a complaint at World Trade Organization about auto tariffs - US made cars.
He said he will be tougher against China's trade policy, stopping currency manipulation and issues on intellectual property rights?
Do you think that in general he should be tougher to China?
If China charges us a tariff, we must do the same to them. I'm no fan of Obama, but I like how he is getting tough on China. He could impose more tariffs and quotas on them. In terms of getting involved in social issues, that is pointless for us.
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