Former White House CIO Theresa Payton says that the lot, which had its full potential to redraw a trade relationship in a way that protects American technology, precipitates short-lived in some key respects.
Not countless beings are going to get a copy of texts of this week’s” Phase 1″ commerce treat signed by the United States and China, sit down, open it up, and start reading its near-1 00 pages. But if you’re in the cybersecurity business, this is the hottest thing off the presses in a long time. It’s no secret that the Chinese government and corporations–including state-owned companies–are a major threat to American intellectual property. One in five American companies report that China has stolen their intellectual property, and these Chinese attacks can cost our transactions as much as $600 billion every year. The Phase 1 dialogues added the U.S. with a golden opportunity to take China to task on IP theft and redraw a trade relationship that protects American technology.
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