By  on July 8, 2008

WASHINGTON — Amid the buildup for the Summer Olympics in Beijing, China declared a tougher stance on protecting intellectual property rights, but the best measure of the impact will likely come long after the athletes depart.

The Chinese government unveiled the "Outline of National Intellectual Property Rights" this spring and Vice Premier Wang Qishan touted the initiative during his visit with U.S. cabinet members during last month's Strategic Economic Dialogue here.

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