The National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC) recently met with major music companies, copyright holding companies, and digital music platforms, and asked the relevant parties to not sign exclusive copyright licensing agreements, unless in special circumstances. This is another signal sent by the Chinese government, after it cracked down on exclusive music licenses last year.

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