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European Firms Lack Confidence In China’s Intellectual Property Policy (China)

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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A poll of European companies indicate they still are not confident recent changes in China's intellectual property-protection policies enhance the climate for doing business in the country. The firms polled showed less confidence than their American counterparts, citing continued intellectual property abuses and arbitrary Chinese laws. More than half said they did not plan to open research and development centers in the country because of that concern. They also complained about non-transparent government regulations as well as a stronger euro making ventures less profitable in China. (Click here for more - may require paid subscription

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