China and Taiwan strike broad deal on intellectual property
This article was originally published in Scrip
China and Taiwan have signed a wide-ranging bilateral agreement on the protection of intellectual property rights (IPR), which lays down major principles with implications for many products, including pharmaceuticals.
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