Convergence, Coercion and Counterfeiting, Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement in The People's Republic of China

Macquarie University, School of Law
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Journal Article
Macquarie Journal of Business Law, 2007, 4 pp. 245 - 265
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despite the presence of excellent laws on the books, the enforcement and protection of [intellectual property rights] in China fall well below that provided for in its domestic laws and mandated by those international agreements to which China is a party.
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