Those are the standard "US v. China" stories that perc up every six months or so, and nothing much ever comes of them.
However, a new paper from perc argues that it actually isn't as big a problem as the media coverage has suggested.
Percolated coffee (1950s+)
To run smoothly and well; percolate: The project's perking now (1925+)
Extra money, privileges, fringe benefits, etc, pertaining to a job or assignment: His men were delighted to be in Afghanistan, he said, mostly because of the perks
[1824+; fr perquisite]