Manzullo to Hold Asia-Pacific Subcom Hearing Thursday Exploring Chinese Abuses Against American Companies
Subcommittee will also consider resolutions supporting NZ, Japan Quake Victims
(WASHINGTON) House Foreign Affairs Asia & the Pacific Subcommittee Chairman Don Manzullo (R-IL) will hold a hearing at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 31, in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building, entitled “Asia Overview: Protecting American Interests in China and Asia.”
The hearing will also be webcast at http://international.edgeboss.net/wmedia-live/international/60299/300_international-web_101210.asx
Members will examine the Administration’s efforts to promote American exports and assist American firms having trouble overseas. The Chairman and CEO of Fellowes, Incorporated, will testify about the unfair business practices the firm is facing in China.
The Subcommittee will consider resolutions expressing condolences and support to the people of New Zealand (H. Res. 139) and Japan (H. Res. 172) in the wake of their devastating earthquakes.
- Kurt Campbell, Assistant Secretary of State at Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs.
- James Fellowes, Chairman and CEO at Fellowes, Inc.
- Calman Cohen, President at Emergency Committee on American Trade
- Michael Austin, Director of Japan Studies at American Enterprise Institute