Judicial IP reforms head President Xi's priority list for China, according to top policy body 24 Nov 17
A powerful policy committee within the Chinese Communist Party held its first meeting of Xi Jinping’s second term as General Secretary this week. Xi, of course, is also president of the People's Republic. The report that emerged from the get-together names judicial IP reforms as one of just a handful of top national priorities, alongside pressing issues like water pollution and a shortage of doctors and teachers.
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