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Archived updates for Monday, March 07, 2005

Cheap Fakes Not a Problem Says Chinese IP Expert

According to an article in the March 5, 2005 New York Times, Zhang Ping, a law professor at Beijing University, and one of China's leading experts on intellectual property rights described intellectual property enforcement problems in China this way: "It may look like it's a China problem, but it's a worldwide problem, just like piracy on the Internet, and it exists in America as well. There are many problems with fake products, with low levels of technology. These can't be counted as intellectual property violations. They are just cheap fakes."
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