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Mapping the future of IP in China


China's economy is fast developing - and many people fear that IP protection cannot keep up. International investors are concerned about effective enforcement, while domestic companies seek a strong environment for developing IP rights and negotiating on issues such as standards. MIP and Finnegan Henderson jointly hosted a roundtable discussion in Beijing last month to discuss how these issues can be addressed. Read the full, unabridged transcript exclusively here on managingip.com.

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WXK: It's a very good question to ask: what is China's IP strategy? Each country has its own IP strategy at each specific time. China really feels it is in need of...


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