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The battle for copyright enforcement

A vast country and millions of copyright works in circulation makes the work of the National Copyright Administration of China almost impossible. But a new law has given enforcement a boost. Xu Chao, deputy director general of of the Adminstration, speaks to Ralph Cunningham about the organization's work

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