China breaks new ground with Foreign Investment Law-related Intellectual Property (“IP”) reform

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In a recent move involving both the Chinese legislature (the National People’s Congress) and the executive branch (the State Council), China has overhauled two of its most important pieces of legislation governing inbound IP-related investments.

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