Opinion: Chinese infringement of intellectual property is a phase that will give way to innovation and greater protection of rights
"The more domestic technology China needs to protect, the greater its stake in international intellectual property standards – and, incidentally, the more brainpower can be diverted from unlocking other people’s trade secrets into developing its own," writes Tania Branigan.
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May 26, 2017