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China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology weighs in on FRAND obligations

Peter Leung, Hong Kong

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), which oversees the awarding of telecommunications licences, released a draft template for IP policies in standards setting organisations

MIIT LogoThe draft comes from the Electronic Intellectual Property Center of the MIIT. The MIIT is also the founder and organiser of the China Communication Standards Organization, a non-profit trade group that develops telecommunications standards.

The draft document is not a...

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