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Hostile to foreign IP rights? The numbers tell a different story


Foreign IP owners should not be afraid of China. George Chan and Luna Lu explain why, using recent data

China is often criticised for failing to adequately protect intellectual property rights and it's said that systemic issues plague its IP regime, leaving foreign IP owners at the mercy of an unpredictable system. These views are often supported by anecdotes...


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