China: Success Depends on Protection of Intellectual Property (Credit Suisse)

China has long provoked concerns from Western countries officials, companies and rights holders over their lax intellectual property rights enforcement.

For years, the U.S. has been trying to put pressure on China so the country starts to do its homework on intellectual property rights protection and address government procurement policies that hinder American firms, according to the U.S. International Trade Administration.

Chief Regional Economist, non-Japan Asia at Credit Suisse Dong Tao believes Beijing won’t be able to change from an export-based growth to a consumer-based one and thus raise productivity unless it tackles IP issue.

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