We’ll have the full broadcast of this week’s America’s Business — the weekly NAM radio program — available tomorrow, but take this separate opportunity to highlight host Mike Hambrick’s interview with Robert J. Samuelson, the Newsweek and Washington Post columnist.
The topic is U.S.-Chinese relations, particularly in the areas of trade, economics and Chinese currency practices. Mike’s conversation with Bob is timely, as Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is leading a high-level Administration delegation to Beijing for the inaugural meeting of the U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue. (Treasury’s updated news releases and statements are available here.)
Given the importance of these issues to manufacturers, as well as the interesting nature of the interview, the NAM and America’s Business are happy to provide a full, 13-minute streaming audio version of the Hambrick and Samuelson discussion. You can access it by clicking here.
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