IPR concerns keep China, India on USTR priority watch
This article was originally published in Scrip
China and India continue to figure on the US "priority watch list" of partner nations that present the most significant concerns over insufficient intellectual property rights (IPR) protection or enforcement, or limited market access for those relying on IPR protection.
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