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nnj how the war between China and US leaders taking center stage empty out all day week against a backdrop attention dominated by the delicate topic cybersecurity Chinese president xi drinking arrived Tuesday even our White House is reportedly considering sanctions against Chinese companies and people for cyber attacks against American companies she'd give it will feature big meeting topic field in Seattle planned ahead of a trip to Washington DC and that they're smart strategy that Reuters reporter John Madden people that I talked to in the near the US government , leave the theater is is kind of create yeah %HESITATION there are the the Obama administration wants something about China including armed with you that reduce hacking are but there are a host of other issues including here alternatives build up but there you are computer bit conflicted and it seemed like I think she is playing on that you expect company thing increasing challenges in China Google Facebook Twitter have long been banned and if you're Chinese officials have been flip flopping on whether to force western tech company people equipment Chinese banks to reveal secret source code the excuse national security I think some companies will probably agree to that and some companies won't , and I'm going to be very curious , %HESITATION if we can figure out which , which companies are signing and which aren't , %HESITATION what they're what they're getting in exchange are for that kind of %HESITATION granting the kind of actor but considering the secrecy around the Chinese president itinerary so far expect the real deal happen behind closed doors only