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Report Outlines New IT Trade Barriers

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A report unveiled on Wednesday says that foreign governments are developing a variety of ways--from requirements that data must be stored locally to rules instituting their own technology standards--to try to keep U.S. and other foreign tech firms from doing business in their countries.

The report from the Business Software Alliance outlines five examples of what it describes as new trade barriers being erected by foreign governments, such as China, India, and Russia, that harm foreign-tech companies. They include the imposition of mandates... Read Full Story >>

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