China pulls in investment despite IP, legal holes


By Kirby Chien BEIJING, April 28 (Reuters) - China's roaring economy is becoming even more influential, attracting investment in spite of serious concerns about the lack of intellectual property and legal protection, said executives on Friday. While China has long been a destination of low-cost manufacturers, its rising middle class and expanding purchasing power is forcing firms to put aside long-held worries about legal protection. "The lack of intellectual property protection still ...

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