Protecting U.S. Intellectual Property in China
Wendy Cutler on Bloomberg Markets
On August 15, 2017, Wendy Cutler, Vice President of the Asia Society Policy Institute, spoke with "Bloomberg Markets" about concerns over China's use of intellectual property from U.S. companies.
Cutler said that "long standing concerns with intellectual property protection in China" continue today even though China has made some progress in addressing the issue. She suggested that the World Trade Organization's dispute mechanisms are "the proper way" for the United States to resolve the problem. (2 min., 1 sec.)
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