Reuters, “US business beseiges panel with China complaints“:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. business groups Tuesday besieged the U.S. International Trade
Commission with complaints about billions of dollars of lost sales due to Chinese counterfeit goods and government policies that threaten to shut American companies out of the market.
“Unfortunately, the stark reality is that China remains ‘ground zero’ for international product counterfeiting and piracy,” Shaun Donelly, senior director for international business policy at the National Association of Manufacturers, told the commission.
The hearing reflects the growing concern in Congress about Chinese trade practices.
The prepared statement from the NAM’s Donnelly is available here.
- National Journal, Tech Daily Dose blog, “Trade Commission, Congress Examining Chinese Policies“
- PC World, “US Panel Looks at Intellectual Property Violations in China“
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