Bartley said that China would also benefit from opening up its market, mentioning EU and U.S. concerns over copyright and piracy enforcement. "Lax intellectual property rights in may ways keep Chinese companies lazy in terms of their own research and development."
Read the BusinessWeek article here.
The study is comprised of 11 sectoral issues (Machinery, Chemicals, etc.) and 1 about IPR, exploring China's IP environment, which was written by Dr. Paul Ranjard of UNIFAB Beijing and Benoît Misonne of the EU-China Trade Project.
See the complete study here and the chapter about IPR in China here.