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US-China phase one trade deal draws curiosity from IP counsel

Karry Lai, Hong Kong


In-house counsel from a range of sectors have high hopes for the expected IP changes but want to see more details before they get too comfortable

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China-based in-house counsel at foreign companies in the pharmaceutical and consumer goods sectors, as well as academics, range from being cautiously optimistic to extremely hopeful about the phase one agreement of the US-China trade deal.

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