Japan ‘wants to join US in complaining about Chinese intellectual property laws to World Trade Organisation’

Japan has told the World Trade Organisation it will join the United States’ complaint against China over alleged theft of intellectual property as a third party, a source close to the matter said on Friday. If China and the United States approve Japan …
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