By  on August 14, 2007

WASHINGTON — Following through on its trade case against China, the U.S. asked the World Trade Organization to establish a dispute settlement panel to examine China's policies for the protection of intellectual property rights. The U.S. brought the case against China in April and the two countries met to discuss the issue in early June, but were unable to come to an accord. The U.S. maintains that China doesn't do enough to protect intellectual property. For instance, Chinese criminal law has a threshold, whereby people are not prosecuted until they are caught with a certain number of pirated goods.

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