Compliance key to tackling IP theft in China

As worries mount over IP theft in China Nicholas Blank of Blackpeak explains how to protect your company.

At a recent industry conference in the Middle East, chief executives from Western and Chinese chemical companies spoke in glowing terms about their operations in China. The country has become the world's largest chemical market, and foreign investment continues to flow into new projects supplying China's industrial base.
 
In private, however, the same executives fret about the misappropriation of intellectual property.

In the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors, and across the range of high-tech industries, business leaders are facing a similar dilemma bypassing China is unthinkable, but the loss of proprietary technology to theft is an unacceptably steep price to pay for entering the market.
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