Blog: Leonie BarrieBlaming China - the EU joins in

Leonie Barrie | 24 July 2003

As expected, our feature addressing the Chinese perspective in the on-going sourcing row between the USA and China has generated a pretty emotive response from our readers. Discussions continue in the Forum, where Paul French, the Shanghai-based publishing director of Access Asia, outlines some of the repercussions now spreading to the EU. This is one topic that looks set to run and run...

FORUM: Blaming China - we've seen it all before


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