White House to crackdown on China's trade practices

Wibbitz Top Stories - Sunday, 13 August 2017  (1 week ago)
President Trump is about to launch a crackdown on China's trade practices. Trump will investigate forced intellectual property transfers and alleged patent thefts. The leader warned China's Xi Jinping Friday night about the upcoming probe. If the White House finds any wrongdoing in the investigation... that could mean greater tariffs against Chinese exports and a strained trade relationship.

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