This week's U.S.-China trade talks have fueled the debate over whether Washington should do more to enforce current trade laws.
Two trade policy experts took opposite sides of the question on "Morning Call."
Despite U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson's long-term approach to dialogue with China, "the Bush administration should be doing more to ensure that China obeys trade laws with the U.S.," said Jonathan Jacoby, Associate Director for International Economic Policy at the Center for American Progress.
Jacoby said he can’t blame Congress for wanting to enforce trade laws after looking at job losses in the U.S.
But another trade expert said it's hard to attribute job losses to trade.