A controversial Chinese tech transfer regulation could become the focus of the Trump 301 probe 12 Sep 17
Last week in Beijing I continued to follow the reaction to the Trump administration’s announced Section 301 probe of Chinese IP practices. Thinking back on five days spent meeting both Western licensing executives and local IP practitioners, what’s striking is that the US Trade Representative’s (USTR’s) looming investigation did not seem to be a topic of great interest, for a variety of reasons. But broadly, I think there are a few key goals US tech will hope to come away with.
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