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Trade Representative Defends New Enforcement Center

When President Obama announced the creation of a new Interagency Trade Enforcement Center in his State of the Union address, he promised it would result in ramped-up enforcement against unfair trade practices. But in a U.S. Senate Finance Committee hearing...
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