Wireless security tops U.S.-China trade talks (EE Times)

“China and the United States will square off in Washington on Wednesday (April 21) for the annual U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, a forum where officials haggle over trade disputes and promote commercial agendas.

For the technology community, this week’s meeting has taken on added importance in light of recent clashes between the trading partners over three key issues: China’s 17 percent value-added tax (VAT) on imported semiconductors, its proprietary wireless-networking encryption standard and lagging intellectual-property (IP) protection. ”

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