November 11th, 2011
05:12 PM ET

Fact checking Mitt Romney on U.S. assistance to China

In recent debates and speeches, Mitt Romney has been critical of the amount of financial assistance the United States provides to China under the umbrella of foreign aid. It would be eliminated he says if he were president. What does the U.S. get in return for its assistance to China? Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jill Dougherty takes a look at what's at stake.


Filed under: 2012 Election • China • Foreign Policy • Romney • Security Clearance on TV
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  1. rory wong

    This is the duty of the press of U.S.A. to educated the American the truth.Most of the aids U.S. sent oversea is for political end.The purpose of the aid is to topple foreign government who disagree with what U.S. does around the world.What america do is for strategic gain and not leading the world morally and lead to peace.superpower is not mean military but morally strong and guard justice which america not showed fairly but military beast.I don't think I comment this before.

    November 14, 2011 at 6:02 pm | Reply
  2. rory wong

    This is the duty of the press of U.S.A. to educated the American the truth.Most of the aids U.S. sent oversea is for political end.The purpose of the aid is to topple foreign government who disagree with what U.S. does around the world.What america do is for strategic gain and not leading the world morally and lead to peace.superpower is not mean military but morally strong and guard justice which america not showed fairly but military beast.

    November 14, 2011 at 6:01 pm | Reply

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