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 The inability of China'​s communist leadership to understand the concepts of free-trade and free markets led to several miscalculations in dealing with the Trump Administration. On March 22, 2018, the USTR (Office of the United States Trade Representative) announced “action against four broad Chinese MIC policies, including (1) forced technology transfer, (2) unfair licensing requirements,​ (3) government-backed cyber-theft of U.S. trade secrets, and (4) efforts by China to acquire U.S. technology and IP through acquisitions to support its industrial plans.”((Source:​ The Made in China 2025 Initiative: Economic Implications for the United States - Updated April 12, 2019)) The inability of China'​s communist leadership to understand the concepts of free-trade and free markets led to several miscalculations in dealing with the Trump Administration. On March 22, 2018, the USTR (Office of the United States Trade Representative) announced “action against four broad Chinese MIC policies, including (1) forced technology transfer, (2) unfair licensing requirements,​ (3) government-backed cyber-theft of U.S. trade secrets, and (4) efforts by China to acquire U.S. technology and IP through acquisitions to support its industrial plans.”((Source:​ The Made in China 2025 Initiative: Economic Implications for the United States - Updated April 12, 2019))
  
-Even after a reduction of reliance of China (due to tarrifs), during February 2020 the United States Stock Market felt the effects of US industry remaining so heavily dependent upon China.+Even after a reduction of reliance of China (due to tarrifs), during February 2020 the United States Stock Market felt the effects of US industry remaining so heavily dependent upon China when the COVID-19 pandemic began sweeping the world.