China To De-link Indigenous Innovation And Public Procurement Policies - U.S.-China Strategic And Economic Dialogue
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WASHINGTON - In a positive move for the life sciences industry and others conducting business in China, Chinese leaders have agreed to de-link indigenous innovation policies from government procurement, a decision that - if fully implemented - would provide a fairer competitive environment for foreign-invested enterprises in China
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