Robert Holleyman says:
It is often said that piracy is widespread in China because Chinese culture does not appreciate intellectual property rights. But new survey data dispels that assumption. Eighty-six percent of Chinese PC users agree with the idea of paying innovators for the products they develop to spur more technology advances. Likewise, overwhelming majorities believe IP rights benefit them by creating jobs and improving local economies.
 
The problem is a muddy landscape for intellectual property enforcement in China. A stunning 72 percent of business decision-makers in China say they would buy one license and then install a program on multiple computers in an office — and about the same percentage mistakenly believe it is legal to do. China needs to correct this problem by sending a strong message of deterrence to the marketplace. The way to do that is to take legal action against high-profile enterprises operating with unlicensed software.
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http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/technology/160599-how-chinese-companies-steal-a-critical-business-advantage

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