We're trying to touch every single industry that's impacted by this. There's a lot of resources, a lot of tools at the disposal of our two governments, but it's really got to be a partnership with industry.
Unfortunately, there is an overall growth in the number of optical disk plants and their capacity ... the reality is there's overall growth.
The strategy is to focus on the places where the problems are most pronounced.
The U.S. domestic environment around this issue, particularly with regards to China, is very serious.
U.S. industry says its sales data does not support this claim, and there is no other evidence to show that China has moved forward to purchase and use only legal software.
There's countries that we all identify as particular areas of concern -- China, Russia -- and I think that will get a good deal of discussion. But I think both of our governments go into this dialogue recognizing this is a global problem and it's got to be a global solution.
China has not lived up to its responsibility to effectively enforce intellectual property rights.