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China launches campaign to protect foreign intellectual property rights as US probes alleged thefts - South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post

China launches campaign to protect foreign intellectual property rights as US probes alleged thefts
South China Morning Post
China has launched a four-month campaign to protect the intellectual property rights of foreign businesses, a move that may alleviate a major concern among foreign investors on the mainland and appease Washington ahead of US President Donald Trump's ...
US tries to enlist EU and Japan in China tech fightFinancial Times
China is refusing to cede ground as US issues trade threatsCNBC

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The Global Antitrust Attack On Intellectual Property Rights And What The US Should Do About It - Forbes

Forbes

The Global Antitrust Attack On Intellectual Property Rights And What The US Should Do About It
Forbes
There is a disturbing trend among international antitrust authorities: using antitrust laws to devalue intellectual property rights, to intervene in favor of one side or another in licensing disputes, and to impose unwarranted extra-jurisdictional ...


NAFTA talks intensify; US seen putting off key demand on autos - Reuters

Reuters

NAFTA talks intensify; US seen putting off key demand on autos
Reuters
Another tricky issue is labor, given complaints from U.S. and Canadian unions that Mexico's low wages give it a manufacturing advantage. The United States is also expected to present proposals on intellectual property and investment, sources with ...
NAFTA talks intensify; US set to unveil demands on key issuesChannel NewsAsia
As US, Mexico talk tougher on NAFTA, worries grow in TexasDallas News (blog)
Taking your voices on NAFTA to Ottawarabble.ca (blog)
National Hog Farmer -The Lawyer's Daily (subscription)
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China: Crackdown on Intellectual Property Violations Gives US Food for Thought - STRATFOR

China: Crackdown on Intellectual Property Violations Gives US Food for Thought
STRATFOR
China has offered another concession to the United States, this time involving intellectual property (IP). On Sept. 18, China's Ministry of Commerce unveiled a four-month crackdown on IP theft. The ministry's stated goals include creating a fair ...


US trade war: China - Press TV

Press TV

US trade war: China
Press TV
With bilateral trade volumes have increased between the US and China, concerns have been growing in the US over alleged intellectual property theft by Beijing. US officials have been accusing China of stealing American technology and in some cases ...

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US Copyright Agenda Stalling In Congress - Intellectual Property Watch

Intellectual Property Watch

US Copyright Agenda Stalling In Congress
Intellectual Property Watch
NEW YORK — The music community in the United States has a wide copyright agenda covering various business issues and stakeholders. While it had entertained the notion that a new President with its new administration and Congress would be more ...


PM Browne wants US gaming settlement - Antigua Observer

PM Browne wants US gaming settlement
Antigua Observer
In 2013 Antigua and Barbuda received authorisation from the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body to suspend concessions and obligations to the United States in respect of intellectual property rights. The gaming dispute arose from the implementation of ...

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AOBiome Expands Intellectual Property Estate, Announces Issuance of US Patent for Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria ... - Markets Insider

AOBiome Expands Intellectual Property Estate, Announces Issuance of US Patent for Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria ...
Markets Insider
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Sept. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- AOBiome, a clinical-stage life sciences company advancing patented microbiome-targeted therapies for systemic and local inflammatory conditions, today announced that the United States Patent and ...

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iBio, Inc. Intellectual Property Update - Nasdaq

Nasdaq

iBio, Inc. Intellectual Property Update
Nasdaq
This is in addition to US 9,551,001 issued earlier in 2017. These patents join previously issued US patents, 7,491,509, 7,683,238, 7,692,063, 8,058,511, 8,597,942 and 8,951,791 that protect intellectual property owned by iBio. Further protection of ...
Ibio (IBIO) Stock: Gaining On Intellectual Property UpdateCNA Finance (press release)

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How US President Donald Trump's visit to China can make both nations great again - South China Morning Post

How US President Donald Trump's visit to China can make both nations great again
South China Morning Post
On US-China trade, a flashpoint is the protection of intellectual property. China now accounts for 38 per cent of global patent applications, as many as the next three countries – US, Japan and South Korea – combined. China should, therefore, be ...



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