China wants to be a ‘powerful intellectual property nation’ by 2035 amid tech race with the US

China has taken a new step towards its strategic goal of technological self-reliance, unveiling a bold plan to become a global leader in intellectual property (IP) protection by 2035 amid a protracted tech war with the US.In a blueprint titled Guidelines for Building a Powerful Intellectual Property Nation (2021-2035) published on Wednesday, leaders said that by 2025, they want “patent-intensive industries” and the copyright industry to account for 13 per cent and 7.5 per cent of China’s GDP…

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