It increasingly looks like we are on the cusp of entering a second round of smartphone patent wars, driven by the expansion of China’s fast-moving, lower-end mobile device manufacturers outside of their home markets. Earlier this month, Brazil’s competition regulator – the Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Economica (CADE) – handed down a decision that underlines just how important South America’s largest and most populous country could prove to be if this new conflagration comes to pass.

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