China plans new office to enforce IP rights
China’s decision to make its recent campaign against counterfeiting permanent and set up a new structure to oversee IP enforcement has received a cautious welcome from US officials
The US China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade finished its 22nd meeting in Chengdu in southwest China on Monday last week.
The highest profile announcements were that China was to make permanent its nine-month campaign to crack down on...
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