China Competitiveness Bill Faces Hurdles as Time Runs Short

WASHINGTON — Disagreements over legislation designed to increase U.S. competitiveness against China are clouding its prospects in Congress, as lawmakers enter a pause in negotiations.

Many lawmakers say the intricate, sprawling service package — which even includes a kitchen sink section — is still likely to pass this year. But controversies are emerging about proposed national security assessments of US offshore investments; duty free for Chinese imports; and restrictions on the sale of counterfeit goods online, among other regulations.

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Edmund DeMarche

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