China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) recently issued a ruling in Advanced Codec Technologies (ACT) v. OPPO, setting the license fees in China for six standard essential patents (SEPs) related to an audio coding standard. The Court ordered OPPO to pay 15.4 million yuan (approximately US$ 2.2 million) or $0.008 per unit, an amount substantially lower than ACT's request.

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