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As part of the U.S.-China Phase One agreement, China agreed to lower the threshold for trade secret infringement as one of the prerequisites for criminal cases. A review of recent legislative amendments and court rulings shows how China is implementing the commitment.
Taiwan's executive branch recently passed drafts to amend two laws, eyeing stronger protection on core technologies (most likely advanced technologies controlled by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) and restrictions on related personnel flows.
On September 4, the State Administration for Market Regulation issued the Provisions on Trade Secret Protection (Draft for Comment) (《商业秘密保护规定（征求意见稿）》 [http://www.moj.gov.cn/news/content/2020-09/04/zlk_3255345.html]), to solicit public comments. Comments are due by October 18, 2020. This Draft is to implement the