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The Effects of WTO Case DS362 on Audiovisual Media Piracy in China

2009 European Intellectual Property Review, Forthcoming

22 Pages Posted: 18 Jul 2009  

Rogier Creemers

University of Oxford - Department of Politics and International Relations; Leiden University - Van Vollenhoven Institute

Date Written: July 16, 2009

Abstract

The outcome of the recent WTO case China – Intellectual Property Rights, mainly concerned with copyright matters, was touted by both the U.S. and China as a victory. Looking beyond the rhetoric, however, shows that the effect of this case on copyright piracy in the real world is limited. The article outlines the case and analyzes its effects. Furthermore, it widens the scope of analysis, to include other factors influencing IP infringement in China, which are crucial in creating and supporting copyright piracy.

Keywords: WTO, China, intellectual property, copyright, piracy

Suggested Citation

Creemers, Rogier, The Effects of WTO Case DS362 on Audiovisual Media Piracy in China (July 16, 2009). 2009 European Intellectual Property Review, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1434914

Rogier Creemers (Contact Author)

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Leiden University - Van Vollenhoven Institute ( email )

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