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What will China’s new leadership mean for IP?

Peter Leung, Hong Kong


Xi Jinping this week took over as China’s top leader after becoming general-secretary of the country’s communist party. But the leadership shake-up has seen a series of promotions that could affect the way that China handles the issue of intellectual property

Who’s new?

Chinese leaders-in-waiting rarely publish their manifestos, making it difficult to assess their plans. But changes in the structure of the Standing Committee of the Politburo may indicate changes in high-level policy down the road.

The Standing Committee...


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