House Unanimously Passes Bill To Revoke China’s Special Treatment

  • “We cannot let the People’s Republic of China exploit countries in need and take advantage of international treaties and organizations,” Rep. Young Kim (R-CA), a sponsor of the bill, said in a press release.
  • “The PRC is Not a Developing Country Act will ensure that the Chinese government is not receiving favorable treatment and influence at the expense of truly developing nations. I thank my colleagues for their bipartisan support of this bill.”
  • China presently has a GDP per capita of $12,556, according to data from the World Bank, an amount of annual economic output per person comparable to those of Russia and Costa Rica.