WASHINGTON, D.C. — Autoworkers, truck drivers, steelworkers and other union activists rallied on Washington's Capitol Hill in protest of a U.S. trade agreement with China. The April 12 event, which was comprised of an estimated 10,000 protesters, marks the largest protest yet against the pact, which would grant China entry to the World Trade Organization. The trade agreement calls on Beijing to establish an open-market economy. In exchange, the U.S. would grant China permanent normal trade ...
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