Scott ELDRIDGE II

Girl sporting a sweatshirt with “Wickey Mouse,” an approximation of the Mickey Mouse Disney character, seen at a street market in Beijing. PHOTO BY BERKSHIRE PUBLISHING.

The Chinese have a long history of freely borrowing ideas from other countries, which, in the past, has caused no problems. But in today’s global marketplace, ideas, or intellectual property, have become a commodity. Borrowing intellectual property has become infringement, a violation of ownership

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By |2014-12-16T16:53:54-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Governance, Law|Comments Off on Intellectual Property Rights (Zhīshí chǎnquán 知识产权)|Zhīshí chǎnquán 知识产权 (Intellectual Property Rights)

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