Although an instant fix for China’s burgeoning $50 billion counterfeit product industry is unlikely, a recent study indicates numerous companies operating in the country believe the protection of intellectual property will improve in the medium- to long-term future. The study, conducted by strategy consultants Roland Berger & Partners LLC, covers IP theft-related issues and responses from 30 multinational companies producing engineered products in China. “Piracy of one kind or ...
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