Democratic presidential candidates raised concerns about China’s theft of U.S. intellectual property at Thursday’s debate, shining attention on an ongoing source of tension between the two countries. Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenCastro hits Buttigieg over ‘bad track record with African Americans’ Harris struggling with substance to match the aspiration Harris: Buttigieg ‘naive’ to suggest it’s becoming two-person race between him and Warren MORE, Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisHarris struggling with substance to match the aspiration Harris: Buttigieg ‘naive’ to suggest it’s becoming two-person race between him and Warren Election 2020: One year out, predicting winners and losers MORE (D-Calif.) and former tech entrepreneur Andrew YangAndrew YangYang says many Americans believe Obamacare didn’t ‘go quite far enough in terms of coverage’ Sunday shows – Next impeachment phase dominates Yang: ‘There’s a chance’ impeachment could hurt Democratic nominee MORE all highlighted their worries about whether China is stealing U.S. intellectual property as they discussed the ongoing trade war between the two countries while promising to tackle the issue if elected president.“The problem isn’t the trade deficit. The problem is they are stealing our intellectual property,” Biden said about China.ADVERTISEMENTSuspicions that hackers from the country are stealing innovation, trade and military secrets have contributed to tensions… Read full this story
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