House Votes Unanimously On Bill to Remove China’s Developing Nation Status

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The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bipartisan bill unanimously, HR1107, “PRC is Not a Developing Country Act,” which would strip communist China’s international status as a developing nation and limit certain aid from the U.S. and other nations.  The bill is aimed at ensuring the communist regime does not get preferential treatment over developing nations.  Bill co-sponsor Rep. Young Kim (R-CA) said, “The PRC is Not a Developing Country Act will ensure that the Chinese government is not getting unfairly favorable treatment and influence at the expense of truly developing nations. I will keep working to ensure that the CCP is held accountable, and the United States and our values lead the way in supporting developing countries around the world.”