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China IP cases surge amid US complaints, Beijing push for technology self-reliance

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The number of infringement cases involving intellectual property rights violations in China has surged 5,660 per cent over the past two decades, according to the top prosecutor's office, in a sign of Beijing’s growing seriousness about rights protection as it seeks to boost innovation and appease the United States.Details of the enforcement drive were released by the Supreme People’s Procuratorate of China in an annual work report on Monday, marking the first time the office has provided data…

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The number of infringement cases involving intellectual property rights violations in China has surged 5,660 per cent over the past two decades, according to the top prosecutor's office, in a sign of Beijing’s growing seriousness about rights protection as it seeks to boost innovation and appease the United States.Details of the enforcement drive were released by the Supreme People’s Procuratorate of China in an annual work report on Monday, marking the first time the office has provided data…

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