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So both candidates are ramping up the rhetoric and the tough talk on China this is US businesses are becoming.
While more more dependent on selling goods in that country so what all of a tough talk due to the US economy.
-- traders on that live in Seattle what is the possible downside here and well bill the big one is a lost sales in this country the growing middle class in China has become an important market for many thousands of US companies take bowling as more people fly.
The country needs to ramp up its fleet by tripling its numbers up to 5000 new planes needed in the next two decades that is worth.
Billion dollars a new study finds 40% of all jobs in Washington State are tied to exports in China is now the largest customer.
And it's not just on the West Coast all the two states have seen their exports to China at least triples since 2000.
Still the presidential candidates called China a trade cheater there are real fears of a trade war that would keep our products -- How this rhetoric that's.
Really talking about China as bad if we want to be punitive against China.
Yes I think that plays well on the campaign trail but in the long term that could really hurt our economic relationship.
And if you study suggests it already has finally in 201068%.
Of the people in China.
View the relationship with the US as quote cooperative.
Now it's down to 39%.
With a quarter describing it as quote hostile.
So damn what is or who is supporting all the tough talk on China.
Well organized labor is right up there units have been calling for sanctions against US companies that send jobs to China and that's what you hear from President Obama on the stump.
Governor Romney wants to declare China a currency manipulator which would allow tariffs on all imports.
The outsourcing issue is huge.
I mean we've lost 50000 manufacturing factories and plants over the last decade.
That's about six million manufacturing jobs.
And where you're hearing that the most of the campaign trail in places like Ohio which is lost a lot of jobs in manufacturing -- China they'll try again thank you Dan -- -- on that story and see --
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