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US-China Business Council statement on proposed Section 301 tariffs

Washington, D.C. (April 3, 2018) - US-China Business Council (USCBC) president John Frisbie released the following statement regarding the proposed tariffs in connection with USTR’s Section 301 investigation into China’s intellectual property and technology transfer policies:   “As we have noted throughout the investigation process, the Trump administration has correctly identified Chinese technology transfer practices and protection of intellectual property (IP) as two areas that need to be addressed...

Rampant Chinese IP abuses at heart of President Donald Trump's trade war threat

Donald Trump and American business leaders are fed up with China pilfering the "secret sauce" of innovative US firms that underpins America as a global economic and security superpower. At the heart of the US President's threat to ignite a trade war is China's rampant intellectual property (IP) abuses and forced technology transfers from American companies. A US-China Business Council survey of American firms finds that 94 per cent remain concerned about IP protection in China.