A visitor to the website hosted by China’s Ministry of Science and Technology is greeted by an advisory when the mouse meets the link marked “international co-operation.” It reads: “Under construction.” And so goes China’s efforts to build an economy that respects intellectual property – and physical property, such as auto parts. How much money is siphoned from the global auto industry by illicit China-based enterprises? Combined estimates from the World Trade Organization ...

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