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China’s government has committed to implementing changes to the country’s IP system through a state-backed ‘opinion’, but how realistic are the goals? WIPR investigates.
Ask a lawyer or in-house counsel where the most troublesome jurisdiction for protecting intellectual property is and it’s likely many will say that it’s China.
Often thought of as a counterfeiting and manufacturing hub, its reputation for respect and adherence to IP values has historically been far from positive.
But there are real signs of change.
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