Kirk, Bryson, Vilsack on U.S.-China Relations, Intellectual Property, Trade

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Nov. 22 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, Secretary of Commerce John Bryson and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talk about the outlook for U.S.-China economic relations after the 22nd Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade meeting between the two countries. China pledged to improve its monitoring of intellectual property rights, and said it would also consider lifting poultry export bans on some U.S. states and open the market to more beef exports. Kirk, Bryson and Vilsack spoke with Bloomberg's Stephen Engle in Chengdu, China, yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)


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