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Topic - Dan Blumenthal
"U.S. businesses and government entities should be very wary of entering into business with any of the companies identified by the Pentagon's report on Chinese military power as having ties to the People's Liberation Army," said Dan Blumenthal, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and a former China policy official at the Pentagon.
"The report is vetted by the secretaries of state and defense and the national security adviser. It represents the consensus view of the U.S. intelligence community," Mr. Blumenthal said.