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Compulsory licensing of IP rights in China

China has implemented TRIPs standards for compulsory licensing in its IP laws. Matthew A Murphy explains how this affects patents, copyright and plant varieties

As China's economy continues to open and expand, it has become clear that part of its expansion is due to China's innovation and productivity in the intellectual property field. This makes it urgent that China increases its protection of IP rights to create an innovation-oriented country to sustain high economic growth and enhance international competitiveness, while at the same time balancing this need against the promotion of competition, which may require compulsory licensing....

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