The next front of China’s economic war is out of this world

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The tentacles of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are creeping into an increasing number of U.S. industries in China’s coordinated campaign to infiltrate critical industries to the U.S. economy.

The evidence is clear. The CCP views theft of U.S. intellectual property as “a strategic resource,” and China remains the largest source of counterfeit and pirated goods in the world. Chinese companies are building electric vehicle (EV) battery plants near key U.S. military installations, and China still controls the global chips market despite investments in U.S. production. China is also flexing its dominance of the rare earth sector in retaliation for U.S. trade policy, and China is in talks to create a new military facility just miles from the American homeland.

This is the reality we are in. China will continue to engage in an aggressive campaign to take over more American industries and dump their way into the U.S. market.

The next front of this campaign is uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones. Thanks to nearly a decade of CCP support, Chinese drone-makers have flooded global markets with cheap, subsidized drones. By some accounts, Chinese-made drones account for more than 90 percent of

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