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Case Studies: Several Patent And Registration Litigations Highlight What Not To Do In China

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BEIJING - It is a common refrain now for companies that do business in China that the country's intellectual property protection regime, while not perfect, is improving. But a recent conference on regulatory and legal issues in Beijing provided some discouraging examples about the challenges companies face in dealing with patent litigation and import certification in China

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