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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Shen Danyang
Eager to expand in the United States, China's biggest technology companies face an America anxious about threats to jobs and national security.
China's government on Friday rejected a U.S. antidumping ruling against its makers of solar power equipment and Chinese manufacturers warned possible higher tariffs might hurt efforts to promote clean energy.
China will appeal a World Trade Organization rejection of its curbs on exports of industrial raw materials, the government said Wednesday, in a case that Washington and Europe hope will lead to an easing of its restrictions on rare earths sales.
Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesman Shen Danyang was quoted Oct. 9 as saying the report was "groundless" and "violated [the U.S.] free market principle."
He called on the United States to "abandon the practice of discrimination against Chinese companies."