China bill delayed in US House of Representatives as Republicans and Democrats trade barbs

The US House of Representatives foreign affairs committee will resume work later this month on Democratic-led legislation intended to boost competitiveness with China and push Beijing on human rights, after two days of debate on the measure.A spokesman said on Friday the panel would continue its consideration of the Ensuring American Global Leadership and Engagement Act, or Eagle Act, on July 12 after marathon discussion of the measure on Wednesday and Thursday, but no vote.The desire for a…

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