Economy

November 11, 2010

How China policy squeezes companies anchored in U.S.

As lawmakers squabble over how to create jobs and what to do about China's undervalued currency, Rome is burning. Rome, New York, that is. Here, a legendary copper rolling mill's fight for survival underscores what's at stake in the battle over China policy and a free-trade philosophy that's been championed by both political parties.

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