Thursday, April 20, 2006

Teng Fei's View on China's IPR Challenge

Teng Fei, senior researcher at the China International Tech & Economy Institute, Development Research Center for the State Council, China, writes that the Sino-US IPR dispute reflects different attitutes toward international conventions (in short: China is doing it's best, US let's national interests prevail), a clash of different standards because of different stages in development. Teng is arguing that because of global crime and foreign companies it is hard for China to enforce IPR. But these factors are not exclusive for China.
Read Teng's apologetic article here.

No comments: