A new Chinese law governing investment by foreign companies in China gives the country’s trade negotiators something to point to when the U.S. raises concerns about intellectual property protection and market access. But critics say it doesn’t go far enough, particularly in explaining how the changes will be implemented. Beijing has also announced an array of punishments that could restrict companies’ access to borrowing and state-funding support over IP theft, but again provided few details.


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