The Chinese Government has recently submitted a first draft of a new law aimed at better protecting intellectual property owned by foreign companies to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, China’s de facto legislative body. Key provisions include prohibiting forced technology transfers from foreign firms, raising fines for patent infringement and holding online service providers responsible for facilitating IP infringement.
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