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September 22, 2011 4:54 PM

Anti-China bill re-emerges, but business leaders say it's misdirected

A politically popular bipartisan bill to crack down on China's currency policies was introduced in Congress on Thursday, even as American businessmen operating in China spent this week knocking on lawmakers' doors to urge them to focus more on opening Chinese markets to U.S. exports.

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