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China puts the squeeze on Taiwan

8/12/2011 08:27 PM EDT
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EREBUS0
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EREBUS0   8/13/2011 9:46:49 PM
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I do not see why anyone is surprised that the Chinese are not playing by the rules. For centuries the western nations exploited the Chinese to build thier empires. Now China is just following their example to rebuild their country after its recent exploitation and make it an Asian, if not a World power. So if you think China is your friend, think again. If you provide them with any intellectual property, they will copy it. If you do not secure your IP, they will find a way to take it any way they can. Why? Because they can and no one wants to confront or provoke them because they still think China is an open market. It is not! You either play on China's terms or you get out. QED!

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resistion   8/13/2011 12:52:05 PM
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If it's so easy to copy, don't make it a key product!

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goafrit   8/13/2011 1:28:05 AM
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What goes up will surely come down and in the process IP will be stolen. This is the beginning.

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