China says U.S. Section 301 probe does not objectively view China’s progress in IP protection


BEIJING (Reuters) – The U.S. intellectual property probe conducted under Section 301 of the Trade Act does not objectively view China’s progress in the protection of intellectual property, Shen Changyu, head of China’s State Intellectual Property Office, said on Tuesday.

Following the months-long Section 301 probe, the U.S. administration earlier in April proposed additional 25 percent tariffs on about 1,300 industrial technology, transport and medical imports from China.

Shen was speaking at a government-organized press conference on intellectual property rights in Beijing.


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