China’s government will soon introduce a formal process for reviewing the transfer of domestically-developed IP rights overseas. Thus far, the regulations raise more questions than answers. While they may not threaten routine cross-border patent assignment deals, the trade tensions of which they are (intentionally or not) a part continue to affect tech deals in China.

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