ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 17, 2010
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(Beijing: David Muir) The questions about American companies selling goods in China and jobs created back home examined; job statistics cited; details given about companies doing business here and the impact of low currency; scenes shown from a solar factory. [Moody's economy.com economist Mark ZANDI, "China, Inc." author Ted FISHMAN- talk about Chinese control of its currency and jobs in the US.] [Yingli Solar Bryan LI- talks about the average salary in China.] ["Hot, Flat and Crowded" author Tom FRIEDMAN- says China is guilty of theft of intellectual property.] What it would take to level the US-China trade playing field discussed.
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