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How China’s indigenous IP policies hold back innovation: Dan Prud’homme and Oliver Lutze interviewed

Peter Leung, Hong Kong

The EU Chamber of Commerce has published a new report on China’s patent policies. Its author and the co-chair of the group’s IP working group tell Peter Leung how the country’s indigenous IP policies are hampering China’s goal of building breakthrough innovation capacity

Why has the Chamber of Commerce focused on this issue now?

Oliver Lutze, co-chair of the EU Chamber of Commerce in China’s IP working group (OL): Although we’ve been discussing this topic among the members of the European Chamber intellectual...

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