Why Chinese industry must learn to play the IP game
China must make its companies more IP-savvy if it is to graduate from being the world's factory floor to become a technological leader. Emma Barraclough looks at what needs to change and examines three companies that are leading the way
Four years ago, Chinese engineers at a company in
Guangdong designed a singing, dancing Christmas tree and set about
meeting first year orders worth $20 million. Since the trees were
made in China, and most of the sales were in the US, the company
thought it should...
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