9 Things You Didn't Know About Our Trade Deficit with China

October 23, 2013

In 2001, China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO). America's workers have felt the consequences ever since.

A new report from the Economic Policy Institute examines the primary result in the United States of China's entry into the WTO, a massive increase in the trade deficit between the two countries, favoring China. The report's author, Robert E. Scott, concludes that the trade deficit with China drives down wages and benefits in the United States and eliminates good jobs for U.S. workers.

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