Posts Tagged ‘Hu Jintao’

Top House Judiciary Democrat: China Bashing Not Going To Work

Broadband TV, Copyright, Intellectual Property, International February 11th, 2011

WASHINGTON, February 11, 2011 — Congress’ traditionally brash China-bashing rhetoric isn’t “going to work very well” in advancing American companies’ interests as the world’s most populous nation’s own global influence begins to eclipse the U.S., said a top House Democrat on Tuesday.

U.S. Businesses Politely Applaud China’s Latest Promise To Play Fair

Intellectual Property, International January 20th, 2011

WASHINGTON, January 20, 2010 — Representatives of major U.S. businesses expressed cautious optimism over China’s promise on Wednesday to abandon its government’s plans to buy products only from mainland Chinese companies.

Hu Jintao Pitches China To U.S. Start-Ups

Intellectual Property January 20th, 2011

Chinese President Hu Jintao invited U.S. entrepreneurs to build start-ups in China during his visit in Washington Wednesday.

House Lawmakers Tie Relaxing of Tech Export Controls To Stronger IP Rights In China

Intellectual Property January 20th, 2011

U.S.-China Trade Relations In Spotlight Wednesday As Country Presidents Meet

Copyright, Intellectual Property January 19th, 2011

China’s “indigenous innovation” policies, and other trade issues with the United States will be in the spotlight Wednesday when both President Barack Obama and Chinese president Hu Jintao meet up in Washington. D.C. to discuss those and other issues.

Report: China Vows Copyright Crackdown

Copyright January 13th, 2011

Chinese officials vowed to step up the government’s copyright enforcement this week ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to Washington, DC next week.

Ahead of Visit, U.S. Senators Petition China’s Vice Premier on Intellectual Property, Indigenous Innovation, and Beef

Intellectual Property, International December 7th, 2010

A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Monday asked China’s Vice Premier Wang Qishan to resolve several “longstanding irritants to the U.S.-China economic relationship” ahead of the Chinese dignatory’s visit next week to participate in an annual trade summit in Washington D.C.

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