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Innovation-Friendly? Cases Indicate How Far China's Willing To Protect Patents

MNCs Need To Prep For Complex Environment

Executive Summary

Increasingly looking to China to commercialize their latest therapies, multinationals may be leaping into unknown waters to navigate an intellectual property judiciary and administrative maze, in a country where some copy drugs have been approved before patent expiry. With a government trying to balance innovation and access, two recent rulings involving AstraZeneca shed rare light onto China’s protections for innovation, with advisors pointing to challenges and success factors.

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