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A rising tide against China and imports from China, notes Richard Kuslan in the US, here in his weblog, triggered off by recalls of cars from China.

The animus towards China — specifically imported products — has never, in my lifetime, been as acute nor as widespread than it is today.
This article and the popular comments below it show the depth of contrary feeling. Chinese products are blamed for being injurious to human health, cheaply made, made with slave labor, anti-American, etc., requiring strict import regulation or even the outright ban of Chinese imports.

Indeed, the comments on the article in the weblog of the New York Times are rather revealing.

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