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Official says China considers raising caps on damages for IP violations as it seeks innovation

SHANGHAI – An official says China is considering raising its low limits on damages for intellectual property violations and strengthening litigation on trade secret theft.

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Tesla Sued for Trademark Infringement in China

Share price of Tesla Motors, Inc. plummeted 1.6% to $219.07 on Jul 8, after a trademark infringement charge was leveled against the automaker by businessman Zhan Baosheng in China.

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China cyber spying a problem: Johnston

The shadow defence minister says Chinese cyber-espionage is a problem and China's attitude to ripping off intellectual property can't continue.

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Biden says China cyber-theft must stop

WASHINGTON Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday that China’s rise is good for the U.S. and the world but its theft of U.S intellectual property must stop, as the two global powers began annual talks to build cooperation and hash out their deep-seated differences.

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Obama pressured to confront China's Xi Jinping on cyber spying

Cybertheft of US weapons system designs. Intellectual property siphoned wholesale from America’s corporate networks. Stealth intrusions into computers that control the vital North American power grid. All linked to China.

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US report urges action on intellectual property theft

A high-powered commission said Wednesday that intellectual property theft was costing the United States the equivalent of all its exports to Asia and urged a tougher approach to China.

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China's IPR suits see spike in 2012

Suzhou, Jiangsu – Courts across China handled 83,850 civil lawsuits over intellectual property rights in 2012, up 44.1 percent year-on-year, according to an IPR white paper that the country's top court released on Monday.

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