USTR To Press China on IPR During Visit This Week

Law360, New York (November 16, 2003, 12:00 AM EST) -- Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Josette Shiner will continue to press China to improve intellectual property protection during her trip to China this week, her third trip to the region in the past five weeks, newswires reported.

In a sign of the importance that the U.S. administration is placing on intellectual property rights, Shiner will be leading two separate delegations to Beijing, one of which will be focused specifically on copyright, patent and trademark issues. The other delegation will focus on the overall trade relationship, Reuters reported,...
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