Obama Poised To Sharpen Focus On China, Enforcement Efforts

Law360, New York (November 6, 2012, 12:00 AM EST) -- Now that President Barack Obama has secured another four years in the White House, he may take bolder action with his international trade agenda to tackle market access issues in China and ramp up enforcement activity over trade and intellectual property violations.

While international trade issues took a back seat as the U.S. economy’s troubles and Obama’s quest to win re-election consumed his first term in office, attorneys are hopeful that with the economy showing signs of improvement and Obama’s leadership position remaining intact, he will...
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