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'Marketplace' Report: Piracy in China

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'Marketplace' Report: Piracy in China

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'Marketplace' Report: Piracy in China

'Marketplace' Report: Piracy in China

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The Bush administration is preparing to take its long-standing complaint with China over piracy to the World Trade Organization Monday. The movie and music industry support the decision, but other U.S. industries are not so happy.

Marketplace's Bob Moon talks with Alex Cohen about why some U.S. companies are worried that this could undermine the increasing cooperation in business made with China.