A few months entering the China market through a joint venture, Dominion Harbor Enterprises has confirmed that it plans to monetise its sizeable portfolio of former Kodak patents there. CEO David Pridham announced yesterday that the licensing company and its subsidiary Monument Peak Ventures would be working with Beijing East IP Law Firm to license the assets to local Chinese companies.

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