His campaign plans to continue running the ad statewide for the next two weeks on cable shows aimed at Republican voters.
Stabenow raised her own concerns about China on Monday with a conference call that included the general manager of R&B Electronics in Sault Ste. Marie. Wayne Olsen told reporters Chinese distributors had repeatedly tried to get him to hand over sensitive information about how products at his and other U.S. aeronautical companies were made. Stabenow said too many U.S. companies are being told they must turn over intellectual property and give away their technology if they want to do business in China.
"We can't continue to sit back and let China's policies cost us jobs," she said.
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