Here is the link. It’s an interesting reading, though not utterly astonishing with respect the usual suspects it names. No less than 43 trade partners of the U.S. are classified under the “special categories” (i.e., in the Priority Watch List, the Watch List and/or under the so-called “Section 306 Monitoring status”). At the lead of the Priority Watch List are China and Russia. The report devotes a special section describing China’s IPR violations by-province.
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