The prevailing view of China’s attitude to intellectual property (IP) is that is a home to piracy with a disregard for legal enforcement of IP rights. The truth is that the Chinese government’s understanding of IP has passed a tipping point over recent years.
The misunderstanding outside China arises because most foreign observers look at the still imperfect state of patent enforcement in China and miss the profound changes that have taken place over the past 20...
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