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China’s Licensing Boom

Issued: July 31 2016

The government’s ‘Made in China 2025’ initiative aims to turn the country from a manufacturer of quantity to one of quality. Simon Lee investigates the opportunities and challenges this will present to patent owners and licensing professionals.

 

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