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Levin asked Alexander if U.S. intelligence agencies can determine not only which Chinese government organizations are stealing U.S. intellectual property, but also what Chinese companies may be receiving that intellectual property and using it to compete against U.S. firms.
But Alexander declined to be specific in open setting, saying only that the intelligence agencies have increased their capabilities in this area significantly over the last several years.
After the hearing, Alexander said he saw no reason to amplify Donilon’s remarks. "I agree with what Tom Donilon has put out there," he said. "I think it is absolutely on mark."
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