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2017-08-15 Theft of America's IP will not be tolerated "China must stop forcing U.S. firms to share intellectual property" - Peter Navarro in USA Today

2017-08-15 Theft of America's IP will not be tolerated

"China must stop forcing U.S. firms to share intellectual property"

- Peter Navarro in USA Today

Peter Navarro, director of the White House National Trade Council argues in USA Today that President Trump is “firmly committed to pursuing trade and investment relationships that are both fair and reciprocal and that promote America’s leading role in global innovation.” The Trump administration, however, “will not tolerate the forced transfer and theft of America’s IP and technologies.” The President today will sign an executive action directing the United States Trade Representative to determine whether to investigate any of China’s acts, policies, or practices that may be harming American companies and workers.
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In The Wall Street Journal, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson vow they’re “holding Pyongyang to account” and the “U.S., it’s allies and the world are united in our pursuit of a denuclearized Korean Peninsula.” The Trump administration is “applying diplomatic and economic pressure on North Korea to achieve the complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and a dismantling of the regime’s ballistic-missile programs,” they write.


In the New York Post, Monica Crowley describes UN Ambassador Nikki Haley as the President’s “velvet hammer,” saying she “has shown intrepid leadership” and “proven a fearless champion of US interests and Western values.”


The San Diego Union-Tribune outlines how President Trump’s decision to declare the opioid crisis a national emergency could lead to more resources being supplied to fight this epidemic.


In improving care for our veterans, Stars and Stripes reports President Trump “signed a $3.9 billion funding deal for the Department of Veterans Affairs that will shore up the nearly bankrupt Veterans Choice Program and allow the VA to open 28 new clinics and implement new hiring programs.”




2017-08-15 ホワイトハウスからのメールマガジン アメリカの知的財産権の盗難は容認されないTheft of America's IP will not be tolerated



- ピーター・ナバロ、USAトゥデー



















Stars and Stripesは、退役軍人の世話を改善するため、Trump大統領が、退役軍人裁判所に約39億ドルの資金提供契約を締結し、ほぼ破産したVeterans Choiceプログラムを支援し、VA28の新しい診療所を開設し、 "