Beri Fox Rocks The Colbert Report: "Level the Playing Field."

Posted by scapozzola on 11/11/2010

Beri Fox, who served as a panelist at the Alliance for American Manufacturing's (AAM) Wheeling, West Virginia town hall last month, was interviewed on The Colbert Report last night.  Fox, who is president of Marble King--one of the last remaining marble manufacturers in the U.S.-- discussed the troubles that her company faces when competing with subsidized imports from China.

Watch her interview, below.


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1 comment

Anonymous wrote 3 years 40 weeks ago

What is the source?

China is for sure subsidizing many industries. But toy marbles??? They cannot subsidize everything, can they?

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