Opinion: State-of-the-Art Intellectual Property Laws Hamstrung by Uneven Enforcement
When making purchasing decisions, no one wants, as the saying goes, to have fish eyes passed for pearls. At this point in China’s economic development Chinese consumers and manufacturers have come to value the quality and reliability of many foreign — and increasingly indigenous Chinese — products. However, what if, for example, the clothes you wear or the technology you use for infrastructure projects are not the pearls you thought you bought, but actually undesirable fish eyes?
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