Top American Senator, who has made Congressional legislation to make New Delhi a strategic defense partner of Washington permanently said, ‘The US will work with countries like India, Japan, and South Korea to tackle the threat of Chinese surveillance.”
Democratic Senator Mark Warner, Chairman of Senate Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, in an interaction with members of the US India Security Council said China had emerged as a major problem for the US companies doing businesses in that country and intellectual theft was a big concern. Expressing grave concerns over Chinese surveillance on every aspect of the organizations doing business with Beijing, Warner said the US will work with countries like India, Japan, and South Korea to tackle the threat from China.
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Eminent Indian-American Ramesh Kapur, from the US India Security Council, said that given the present scenario, it would make better sense to shift all manufacturing back to America. He said in areas where there were issues of cost due to labour and other issues, it would make sense to shift the manufacturing to India for all US companies which are at present in China.
Bharat Barai, from Chicago, said that many medium and small-scale electronic companies in the US and India have suffered due to unfair trade practices of China. According to a statement, he also offered the Senator his services in arranging a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“All the members agreed that it is absolutely necessary to rein in China with partnerships with other friendly countries,” said the statement issued by US India Security Council.