Two new blows against Chinese network equipment giant Huawei landed this week, in the form of additional U.S. legal charges and reports of “smoking gun” evidence that the company’s products constitute a serious...
intellectual property rights
by Josh Rudolph | May 20, 2014
While Washington’s unprecedented attempt to use US law in confronting Beijing about...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 2, 2014
Imax Corporation is engaged in a dispute in China after a former Imax engineer allegedly stole...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 25, 2013
At his Senate confirmation hearings, John Kerry, who is expected to be confirmed as U.S. Secretary of State, outlined his expectations for the U.S.-China relationship, acknowledging that while problems persist, he hopes to see...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 8, 2011
British inventor James Dyson has accused the Chinese government of failing to stop copycat...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 17, 2011
Cutting edge aviation technology was passed on to China in a deal between GE and the state owned Aviation Industry Corporation of China. The new technology will allow a plane to take off and land regardless of weather...
by compco | Aug 30, 2011
Some have attributed the success of Apple in China to the difficulty in pirating their products, which makes them all the more desirable among Chinese consumers. Yet diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks show that Apple has...
by victoriawu | Apr 22, 2011
China’s National Office of Eliminating Pornography and Illegal Publications organized a public event in Beijing to destroy pirated books and DVDs, in an effort to showcase China’s efforts at protecting intellectual...
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