The complex nature of IPR in China [abstract]
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Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are an increasingly important issue for developed economies as the trend of globalization continues. China has been identified as perhaps the worst violator of IPR in the world. The U.S., as the world super power, must constructively pressure China to improve the implementation and enforcement of intellectual property rights. Global trade, foreign investment, and economic growth not only between the two countries, but also for the rest of the world will suffer if nothing is done.