GENEVA — The World Trade Organization adopted a dispute panel judgment Friday that ruled largely in favor of a U.S. complaint that some Chinese measures fail to adequately protect and enforce intellectual property rights and breached global copyright and trademark rules.
The new U.S. Trade Representative, Ron Kirk, hailed the decision and said “the United States will not hesitate to use all appropriate tools at our disposal to ensure our domestic industries, authors and artists are protected. I look forward to China’s prompt compliance.”
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