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Plan emerges to link IP protection, China investors

9/28/2012 10:51 PM EDT
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ruserious
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ruserious   10/1/2012 11:15:02 PM
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We did get the funding, but in the end the folks we worked with were not entirely trustworthy. That "connections" model can scale, with certain local governments in China promising lots of free perks for setting up shop in their towns.

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junko.yoshida   10/2/2012 7:18:51 PM
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If you want to know more about Dongmin Chen, don't forget to read the following blog, in which I identify Prof. Chen as one of China's daredevils. http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4397467/Yoshida-in-China--Cultural-rev-survivors-leap-forward

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microe   10/2/2012 9:06:47 PM
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Look at how the prices will skyrocket without made in China. Look at how much more pollution you will suffer without made in China. Chinese are suffering the pollution, making money just enough to make a living. YOU, while enjoying the inexpensive products they produced (but cannot afford to use), accuse them of virus. what a person you are??!! When you can use free trade to explore others, promote it, even through wars; when other people get out of poverty through free trade, you want to ban it. this is not selfish but evil

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Kapylan_Pallo   10/19/2012 7:16:52 PM
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Free trade should require a mutual understanding of what one person owns and is receiving value for. The situation here is a lack of respect for this process. If China would respect the IP rights of partners there could be free trade. When someone outright steals IP as Chinese companies have done many times over at all levels (Huawei-Cisco) then there can be no "fair trade". It is then time to write a set of rules and stick to them. Our US Government is too deeply in debt and does not have the courage to take a stand, but private enterprise should lead the way. In fact market economics will dictate that either China changes, or corporate trade policy changes. If you are complaining about the standard of living in China, you should direct complaints to Chinese government bureaucrats who live quite well relatively among the "huddled masses" there.

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