Talks continue and a look at intellectual property protection
China Business Minute

 
 
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Officials from both the US and China are holding out hope on the possibility of a ‘phase one’ deal, though the cancellation of the APEC summit has left a void about when and if state leaders might meet. Meanwhile, a new document from the State Council indicates that stiffer penalties are coming for intellectual property rights infringements.

We speak with Owen Haacke, USCBC’s Chief Representative in Shanghai to get the roundup on this and more.

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Posted by Ian Hutchinson

Ian is the digital editor at the US-China Business Council. He makes videos and podcasts, covers the Belt and Road Initiative, and manages all aspects of USCBC's digital presence.