IP in China: less about intellectual property, more about infinite possibilities

Emma shares her views that the protection of intellectual property (IP) should no longer be seen as a primary issue in China. Chinese businesses, supported by the government, are seeking out and are willing to pay for the best in the market to create economic leadership for the long-term.  It is time for Australia and the rest of the world to really see the infinite possibilities that China represents – and it’s time to see the value in competing with piracy, rather than wasting time policing piracy.

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March 30, 2009