WASHINGTON — China agreed to step up its enforcement of intellectual property rights to curb prevalent counterfeiting and pirating of U.S. trademarks with the creation of a government structure to be led by Vice Premier Wang Qishan, U.S. trade officials said Monday at the close of high-level U.S.-Sino talks in Chengu, China.
U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson, U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack revealed the agreement at the end of the 22nd U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce & Trade meeting.
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