Last November, a Chinese court set a global FRAND (fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory) rate for a standard essential patent (SEP) in a dispute between Chinese phone maker OPPO and Finnish multinational company Nokia. This is the first Chinese court decision setting global FRAND rates for 5G phones. A summary of the court ruling is provided below.

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