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China-bashing ad takes voters for a ride

By Chen Weihua | China Daily | Updated: 2012-11-05 08:14

Candidates clash over whether automakers sent jobs overseas

In the final days of a close US presidential race, both candidates have been battling intensively in swing states, particularly Ohio. And one of the key issues they have been debating is whether automakers General Motors and Chrysler have shipped jobs to China.

Republican Mitt Romney's campaign, seizing on a recent news report that Chrysler is planning to open a Jeep plant in China, launched TV and radio ads in Ohio and Michigan to attack President Barack Obama.

China-bashing ad takes voters for a ride

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