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CHINA: The Ministry of Commerce said Friday that China does not force foreign
investors to transfer technology to form joint ventures in China. The ministry
made the comment at a press conference announcing the release of Report on the
Latest Development in Intellectual Property Rights Protection and the Business
Environment in China, compiled the Office of the National Leading Group on the
Fight Against IPR Infringement and Counterfeiting. China would implement strict
intellectual property rights protection, the ministry said. China opposes
"measures by individual countries to adopt unilateralism and protectionism," and
will continue to work to build an equal, open and transparent business
environment, and to protect the international multilateral trading system,
officials from several government bodies stressed at the press conference.

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