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U.S. trade policy has devolved into a fight between pure free traders and protectionists. It’s a distracting struggle because it diverts attention from the most important trade policy issue today: robust enforcement.

Report to the President and Congress on The Fifth Assessment of The National Nanotechnology Initiative.

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