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U.S., allies slam China for corporate cyber espionage

By Diane Bartz and Jack Stubbs

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Finally the Trump administration appears to understand that the way to deal with China's bad actions is not through unilateral tariffs, but through joint actions with our allies. I hope this is the beginning of a new policy of public shaming and private negotiations.

China should be condemned and boycotted for HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES, as well.

They imprison political prisoners and work prisoners in sweat shops producing clothing cheaply for the West.

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It's about time.

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Governments going on espionage into other governments is to be expected

Governments going on espionage into the general corporate population is not

China should be condemned and boycotted for HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES, as well.

How, when Trump wouldn't even condemn the Saudi royal for human rights

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