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Breaking China’s Addiction to IP Theft
In the nineteenth century, countries recognized that inadequate protection for IP hurt global economic growth and disincentivized innovation (people invest less in innovation when their work can simply be stolen). In response, they created a series of agreements to protect IP and trade in the international market. China routinely ignores these agreements, subsidizing its own growth at the cost of global innovation. China has become a country that can innovate, but it is unwilling to give up the crutch of economic espionage and will never do so unless it is pressed.
We can take issue with the style of this administration in confronting China, and we can worry that it has not thought carefully about how to deal with the inevitable Chinese retaliation or how to construct a path for China and the United States to come to a new accord on trade. China will not change its behavior absent external pressure, and pushing back against the constant drain from Chinese IP theft is long overdue.

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seneca Post time: 2018-9-10 01:37
No one is going to read Mark Wu's verbose posts. You perhaps, but sane people no.

Oh yes, coming from a numskull this kind of comment is not surprising.

The fact speaks for itself.  Yes, mark's posts are lengthy but informative.  If he had sent up one-liners like you do his essay could have filled up a whole thread by itself.

To a mass producer of one-liners like you even "Jingo Bell jingo all the way" is too long.

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seneca Post time: 2018-9-10 01:38
I honestly don't see where the problem is. Donald Trump is doing a fantastic job. All goods deserve  ...

"Fantastic job"?  Says who?  

Moving your Z_Capital to Jerusalem doesn't make him any more endearing to those in our saner world.

That jobless rate has gone down is not surprising because it had been decreasing at the end of Obama's tenure.

The only thing that matters is whether he has increased the aggregate strength of the U.S., and the answer is a solid NO!

He has alienated so many nations that China needs to send him a big gift in recognition of his contribution towards her resplendent revival.

Take the trade balance question for instance.

The figures for months 1-8 this current year shows that the trade imbalance has increased between the U.S. and every other major nation (China) or nation-block (such as E.U.) except Mexico.

That shows his policies are not working and the U.S. has lost much of its clout during his first two years.

Coming aboard after being resuscitated from a painful absence and yelling "fantastic job" doesn't mean you more believable than Pinocchio.

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seneca Post time: 2018-9-10 01:37
No one is going to read Mark Wu's verbose posts. You perhaps, but sane people no.

Basically he likes to bore the audience to death. This idiot is no Terrence Tao.

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