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Gary Locke on Chinese Direct Investment

WASHINGTON, DC, May 4, 2011 - At the launch of a new report on Chinese direct investment in the US, Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke criticizes China's leadership for shutting US investors out of their country. (14 min., 55 sec.)

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