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Strategies for Trade Secrets Protection in China

Issued: April 30 2018

Whether or not confidentiality measures have been taken is an important step in determining whether a trade secret exists in China. Xia Zheng, Mengmeng Yu and Xue Li provide tips on how to how to conduct reasonable and effective confidentiality measures.

 

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