The fish fillet on your dinner plate tonight might have traveled some 14,000 miles before arriving at the supermarket. Hard to believe? With China’s penchant for cheap labor and highly-subsidized industrial segments, it’s cheaper for many seafood companies to send their Alaskan catches there before returning to U.S. soil.
Certainly, China has altered U.S. business practices. With more changes on the way, such as tough rules to restrict foreign companies trying to break into the Chinese market and a government-controlled economy, the China-U.S. debate could take another drastic shift in the near future.
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