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Why trade wars won’t safeguard trade secrets

Matthew Werdegar of Keker, Van Nest & Peters examines current US efforts to curtail China’s theft of trade secrets and considers whether and what additional steps companies should take to protect themselves

China criticism The exact scope of the Chinese trade secret theft problem is not known, but few doubt that it is significant. In 2011, the US Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive reported that "Chinese actors are the world's most active...

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