House Unanimously Passes Bill Removing China’s ‘Developing Nation’ Status

Bill passed 415-0 and will move on to Senate

  • The House of Representatives has passed a bipartisan bill to strip communist China of its international status as a developing nation, which will limit the regime’s access to certain aid from the U.S. and other countries.
  • H.R. 1107, also known as the “PRC is Not a Developing Country Act,” aims to ensure that China’s communist regime is not given the preferential treatment in international treaties, agreements, and organizations that might otherwise be given to a developing nation.
  • “The Chinese Communist Party is exploiting countries in need and receiving preferential treatment in international treaties and organizations,” said bill co-sponsor Rep. Young Kim (R-CA). “We must take action to right this wrong.”
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