Last week, the European Commission published its "biennial Report on the Protection and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in third countries," which "identifies so-called 'priority countries' in which the state of IPR protection and enforcement is a source of major concern." The Commission's press release notes that "China remains the top priority country for the EU."

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