WASHINGTON, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Congress should increase pressure on the Bush administration to challenge unfair Chinese trade and currency practices at the World Trade Organization, a U.S. congressional commission said in a report on Monday. The hard-line U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission also warned the rapid growth of China's automotive sector put many U.S. jobs at risk and could harm national security through erosion of the U.S. manufacturing base. "It is very likely ...
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