China, US reach consensus on piracy, agriculture

From The Asia Times Online:

Top Chinese and US trade officials wrapped up day-long negotiations in Beijing July 11 with a consensus on intellectual property rights (IPR) protection.

The annual session of the Joint Committee on Commerce and Trade (JCCT) was jointly chaired by Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi, US Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez and US Trade Representative Robert Portman. The two sides agreed to set up cooperation mechanisms on cross-border prosecutions for IPR violations and on the protection of movie copyrights, sources with the Chinese Ministry of Commerce said.

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