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IP concerns remain at the centre of the US’s ongoing trade dispute with China, but the recently signed preliminary trade deal has the potential to set an example and help strengthen IP regulations around the world, according to a US Chamber of Commerce Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) report.
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