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Topic - Eamon Fingleton
Eamon Fingleton, an Irish journalist based in Asia for the past 25 years, noted that China last year purchased only $119 billion worth of goods from the United States, while Americans spent $326 billion on Chinese goods.
"My suggestion for Mr. Locke is that, instead of recycling [China's] 'don't-worry, be-happy' propaganda, perhaps the next time he speaks, he could explain why Japanese and Korean goods do so much better in the Chinese markets than American ones," Mr. Fingleton wrote in Forbes magazine.