Huawei steps back from the edge, bowing to US foreign investment review panel recommendations.
If we’re going to talk about China IP law, let’s first admit that it exists, and then we can move on to where it’s heading in the future.
No one disputes the connection between IP protection and innovation, but IP problems are not the only reason why more PRC firms have not moved up the value chain.
James McGregor says that China’s aggressive industrial policy is a reality that should be addressed by a comprehensive solution from the United States. I wish, but I have no faith in Washington’s ability to make it happen.