China refutes US allegations of IPR theft “groundless”
China refutes US allegations of IPR theft “groundless”

China refutes US allegations of IPR theft “groundless”

China said Friday that its attitude on respecting and protecting intellectual property rights (IPR) is serious and its actions are effective, calling the US allegations of so-called IPR theft by China groundless.
"In recent months, the United States has repeatedly accused China of stealing intellectual property rights, but it has never been able to come up with strong evidence," said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying at a daily press briefing, when commenting on the Statement by the US Trade Representative on Section 301 Action released July 10.

"Facts speak louder than words," said Hua, noting that China has . . .

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