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A Weak Link: Chinese Courts Reluctant To Grant Preliminary Injunctions In Pharma IP Cases

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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With a large number of pharma patents about to expire in China, hurdles to obtaining injunctive relief could be a huge problem, according to the EU Chamber of Commerce in China.

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