Sunday, 18 November 2007

US-China Security Economic Review report

The U.S. China and Security Economic Review Commission released its 2007 report yesterday. While the full report won't be posted on their site until Monday Nov 19th several parts are available on their website now, including the Intro (which gives the good news/bad news view)the Executive summary and the Commission's Recommendations. The report cites Chinese progress in certain areas but describes some negative trends including a retreat by China from market-based economic principles, the growth of China’s information control regime, and the use by China of espionage to acquire military and industrial technologies; the report also offers 42 recommendations for congressional action.

hat tip to G. Marlatt, Homeland Security Digital Library Content Manager

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