Yes, but many Chinese companies do business outside of China. I think these should be targeted when necessary. If the U.S. government were willing to take the necessary steps, there would be more than enough pressure to practically end the Chinese pirating problem. Unfortunately, the U.S. government is full of people who have been bribed—I mean, given legitimate campaign contributions ("a rose by any other name...")—by large corporations that have an interest in preventing such steps from taking place, as it would "interfere with free trade".
Originally Posted by Clint DeBoer
It is the same with concerns about human rights violations: the U.S. government is only concerned about it when having such concern does not harm business interests. And, of course, has the greatest concern about it when it harms business interests.
A fool and his money are soon parted.
Too many people seem to spend too much time reading between the lines for what is not there instead of paying attention to what is there.