There has been much focus recently on both the opportunities and challenges that IP owners face in China. The creation of specialist courts, for example, has been welcomed as a sign that the country is becoming much more committed to strong IP rights. But at the same time, there’s no doubt that major patent-owning businesses face myriad challenges in ensuring that their rights are not infringed and that they receive a fair return on their IP. You only need to look at the recent ups and downs of Qualcomm to see just how daunting licensing can be in the Middle Kingdom.

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