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The Cost of China’s Intellectual-Property Theft


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"Imagine if pirates based in a particular country were sailing up and down America’s coasts every year, plundering treasure worth between 0.9 percent and 2.6 percent of U.S. GDP. Policymakers in Washington would not simply hope that the issue would go away. Now, they are confronted with a situation that is analogous in certain respects. Hence they should be willing to at least contemplate measures, short of outright war, even as the price tag approaches the costs of the status quo. And hope, as the saying goes, is not a strategy."

https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/07/china-intellectual-property-theft-counting-costs-united-states/

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Biden's son received a $1.5 billion dollar 'investment' from China Bank.  Which way do you think Biden is going to lean in dealing with China?  His son re-invested it in a chinese company that steals U.S. military technology.

https://www.westernjournal.com/dick-morris-bidens-son-got-1-5-billion-china/

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On his financial safari in Beijing, he managed to bag a $1.5 billion investment in his own hedge fund, Rosemont Seneca Partners.

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Rosemont used part of Beijing’s billions to invest in the automotive subsidiary of Aviation Industry Corporation of China.

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According to Breitbart and The Hill, AVIC is “a major Chinese military contractor accused of frequently stealing U.S. military technology.”

 

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