AAM's Scott Paul on Leslie Marshall Radio Show, Feb. 25, 2013: China hacks U.S. networks, and we paid for it.
On the Leslie Marshall Radio Show last night, Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) President Scott Paul expressed his frustration with Washingtib's "business as usual" approach to continued cyber attacks by China against the U.S.
Paul explained the irony of China's expanding cyber operations-- namely, that they're amply funded by Beijing's growing trade surplus with the U.S. (which clocked in at a record $315 billion in 2012).
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