Opinion: U.S. should use WTO to confront China pirating

05/12/2005 | NYTimes.com

By its own estimation, China sells at home pirated and counterfeit goods worth up to $24 billion annually. The U.S. should use protections offered by the World Trade Organization, which China joined in 2001, to confront this problem, argues author Pat Choate in The New York Times.

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