China faces U.S. scrutiny for failing to tackle software piracy

12/26/2013 | Hill, The

The U.S. is calling on China to step up its efforts to combat software piracy with a new report that says intellectual property theft is doing "serious harm to U.S. businesses across many sectors of the economy." The annual report from the U.S. Trade Representative identifies China as a leading source of global piracy and blames the country's weak copyright laws and poor enforcement record for creating an open market in pirated content.

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